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If you've been using Outlook as an email program for a while and are ready to start using it as a full productivity suite, this training is for you. Perhaps you've already found the article Best Practices for Outlook 2010 on Office.com and would like to see an overview of how it works in practice. This nine video series shows step-by-step how to get started by giving an example of how it worked for Harry, an employee at Contoso.When we get a first look at Harry in this first video, Harry’s star rises and he’s asked to take on more ownership of more projects, and so now’s the time to make sure he has a good program in place when it comes to email, his calendar, and his contacts and tasks. All of those things in Outlook are designed work together but if he doesn't set up some sort of system, Harry may find himself falling behind, misplacing important mails and dates, and not living up to what his boss thinks is his potential.Take a look at this first video to get an idea of how Harry starts on his way to learning about how to better use Outlook. In the next coming days, we'll show you more videos about how Harry learns to make the most of what Outlook can offer.
Next up on Friday: Harry reaches toward organizational nirvana by learning how to best use folders.
Some of the best practices require Outlook 2010 and a Microsoft Exchange Server account.
For all the details, see Best Practices for Outlook 2010. And, if you want to see all nine videos, visit the Office training course How Harry got organized.
We are having Exchange 2010 Enterprise.(recently installed).Before configuring the clients we are just testing the features in this.
While testing the Online Archive Access feature,this particular folder is showing only in owa and not showing in outlook.tried in outlook proff plus 2010 and outlook proff plus 2007.Both the versions are upto date with latest service packs and patches.For exchange we have enterprise CAL's also.
We need this online archive folder to be displayed in outlook.can any one please help me in sorting this.