Steps to follow: Step 1: Create a folder for your new backup location. While this step shows a folder labeled New iTunes Backup created within the root of partition D , you can practically create it at any location you want. However, do remember to modify the file path as appropriate when creating the symbolic link later. Step 2: Press Windows-R to open the Run box. If you are using the desktop version of iTunes, type the following into the search box: %APPDATA%\Apple Computer\MobileSync If you are using the Windows Store version of iTunes, type the following instead, but make sure to replace C with the correct drive letter of your primary Windows 10 partition, and [USERNAME] with your Windows username: C:\Users\[USERNAME]\Apple\MobileSync Once you're done, click OK. Step 3: A File Explorer window should now open the iTunes MobileSync directory automatically, and you should see a folder labeled Backup listed within - this is the default locatio
Issues: Outlook 2016 issues for IMAP email accounts where you cannot delete emails from the Inbox, and the bug happens to be because of a configuration in the email account’s Advanced settings. Solutions: In Outlook 2016, go to File – Account Settings . 3. Open the IMAP account and then choose the More Settings… option. 4. Make sure the Deleted Items settings match the following… Note: This issue with some of the IMAP service provider since we have tested it with Gmail/Yahoo/Outlook etc. and it worked. You May be interested to know why it is now working: Outlook 2016 is RFC compliant. As part of that change, it now chokes if the UIDVALIDITY returned by the mail server is 0. Microsoft is considering making a change to accept a UIDVALIDITY of 0, but they're really hoping the mail server providers will make the fix.