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"What do you mean you didn't receive it? I sent it last night!" At least you thought you did. Now you're red-faced in a meeting set up to review the PowerPoint presentation that never made it to your recipients. You check your Outbox and there it is. If you ever find yourself in this situation, here are some reasons why and some steps you can take.
I’m Bruce Keever from the Office Content Publishing team. We provide lots of information to help you be more productive with Outlook. Did you know that we’re continually updating and adding new Help articles, training courses, and videos to Office.com?
Through our partnership with BrainStorm, we’ve recently added more than 25 new videos for Outlook 2010. You’ll find these new videos as well as a collection of other Outlook 2010 videos on Office.com. From creating messages, sharing calendars, to using rules and signatures, these short videos help you master Outlook 2010.
Also, you’ll find hundreds of Help and how-to articles for Outlook 2003, Outlook 2007, and Outlook 2010. Some recent additions include how to move your Outlook information to a new computer that has Outlook 2010 and an update of the Outlook Best Practices article.
Are you new to Outlook? Get started with Basic tasks in Outlook 2010. If you’re an Outlook user making the move to Outlook 2010, check out What’s new in Outlook 2010. And if you’ve been using Outlook 2003, you’ll want to try our interactive guide that shows you where your favorite menu and toolbar commands are located in Outlook 2010.
This week, we released an update that fixes the three issues identified in the December Update for Microsoft Outlook 2007. The update released on Tuesday, January 11, was distributed by Microsoft Update and referenced as updated KB article KB2412171.
If you are a heavy email user like me, chances are good that you subscribe to a lot of mailing lists. Unsolicited spam is one issue we battle in our inboxes, but perhaps more perplexing is the amount of email messages that we call “graymail.” Graymail consists of all those newsletters and notifications that can be useful, but aren’t necessarily what you you want at the top of your Inbox. The Rules feature in Outlook 2010 makes it easy to sort emails that need your attention from the graymail ones that don't. This post shows you how.