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You’ve probably realized that the person at the desk next to you uses Outlook differently than you. Some folks view Outlook as a task system, others use it to collaborate on documents with public folders, and still others use it to manage other peoples’ calendars. But almost every Outlook user reads their email in Outlook. And to do it, they use the message list.
Sure, we aren’t getting any points for creativity on that name, but the message list, put simply, is the list of emails you read in Outlook. Like other parts of Outlook, it’s highly customizable, and yours might look different than your manager’s. In Outlook 2013, we overhauled the message list, focusing on the way most people use it.
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.