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No one likes opening up their e-mail account to find a bunch of junk. Yes, the delete button is a handy tool but I don't know about you, after a half hour of going through a big pile of unnecessary e-mail, my deleting finger goes numb and my mood turns sour.
There are things you can do to avoid getting this stuff in the first place, if you just take a few steps and be proactive.
In my opinion, the Outlook calendar is one of the most powerful features in all of Office. I use it for keeping track, not just of meetings and appointments, but for tasks, to-do lists, reminders, and more.
But I'd be willing to bet that you're unaware of a good many tricks that can make the calendar even more useful for you. I've been using Outlook for years and years, and I still learn new things about the calendar on a weekly basis. Today I'll offer a few calendar tips that can really make your life easier (not to mention your calendar more useful to you).
Our latest update for the Outlook Hotmail Connector--which connects your Hotmail with Outlook--includes support for HTTPS protocol, a standard for sensitive content. HTTPS helps keep your private information private, which is why it's commonly used for example by banks, merchants, certificate verification processes, etc.).
To start to use HTTPS with your Hotmail account, install the latest version of Outlook Hotmail Connector. No other changes are required in Outlook or on the Windows Live site. Keep reading for the details, links, and install how-to's.
In a recent independent survey of 1,268 professionals and students age 18 and older, 96 percent said they expect their email communication in the workplace to increase or to stay the same over the next five years. The bad news: If you already feel overloaded with email, the situation is unlikely to change. The good news: Outlook 2010 has some great features that can help you gain control over your email.
Here are three features I use the most to stay on top of my messages.
This is post #4 in the Ten Days of Office series celebrating the one-year anniversary of the release of Office 2010 with tips and tricks for getting the most from your Office experience.
I’ve been using the Outlook Social Connector for the last year with Office 2010. It’s a quick way to see the most recent interactions I’ve had with someone in a single place. I want to share what I’ve learned so you can get the most out of the Outlook Social Connector too. Read on to learn more.
This blog is post #2 in the Ten Days of Office series to celebrate the one-year anniversary of the release of Office 2010 by providing you with tips and tricks to get the most from your Office experience. Tune in each week day for new tips and tricks!
If you are a fan of the Snooze button for Outlook reminders, you might have noticed a subtle change in how the feature works in Outlook 2010.
In Outlook 2010, your last selected snooze time is remembered so that it is automatically selected the next time you click Snooze. We made this change in response to feedback that some of you preferred to repeatedly snooze items by using a delay other than the default 5 minutes before start time. After we released Outlook 2010, we received a lot of feedback that many of you missed the default 5-minute snooze time, and that the change was confusing.
We heard you loud and clear! In the upcoming Microsoft Office 2010 Service Pack 1, the old Snooze returns with the 5-minute default.