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Though best known for Microsoft email, Outlook can do far more. Business Management Daily writes extensively on Outlook tips.
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Most folks who use a Follow-up flag just click it to flag a particular item they’re working on in Outlook. This automatically sets the follow-up for Today. Instead, right-click the flag to find other choices.
Make faster work of plucking out the most critical messages queuing up in your Outlook inbox. The simple trick is to make messages appear differently, depending on who they’re from or whom they’re sent to. It’s called conditional formatting.
Outlook is the workhorse that keeps the wheels moving every day. But what if you could add some power to those wheels with a few add-ons? Here are a few you might want to try to help integrate social networking, control spam, slow the email overload, track and sync email, and zip attachments ...
Q. Quick Parts are very useful in Word. Is there something like that in Outlook?
Maria had been emailing back and forth with a colleague all day about a work issue, when she finally decided to cc the boss. It felt like the right thing to do. But that’s not how it turned out. Instead, it came back to bite her. How to avoid cc’ing up and other email faux pas:
Set a follow-up flag before you send an email by using the Message tab, which appears in place of the Home tab when composing mail.
Wouldn’t it be nice to have a calendar that provided valuable information at a glance? In Outlook, you can. When you create an appointment, you can categorize an item with a label, decide how to show the time (busy, tentative or free), or get very specific about start and end times.
Most people don’t have specific software just for managing their projects. So they use what they can access on their desktops. One great tool for this purpose is Microsoft Outlook.
Chris Anderson, who runs the high-profile TED conference, believes we need to focus on limiting the flow of email, rather than focusing on how to organize and file all those messages. Anderson penned 10 ideas that could make a dent in email quantity:
Forward email with a simple shortcut—hit Ctrl+F ... Move email to folders using Ctrl+Shift+V ... Categorize email automatically.