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When you're searching for a particular email message, you don't have to know what folder it's in (unlike your filing system at home); search will find it for you. Organizing and staying on top of your mail can involve creating a folder structure that makes sense to you, and there are some tried and true ways that work for most people. In today's video, Harry finds himself on his way to organization nirvana.
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.
I am trying to install BCM 2008 32 bits on a windows server 2008 r2 and it does'nt install it correctly.
an error occurs after rebooting the server on SpawnCmd.js file telling me that a file can't be found at line 9 char 1.
Office 2010 standard open A was installed correctly and run fine.
Can somebody help me ?
If I wrote some mistake, will you excuse me, I am french and my english is not very goog.
Daniel — you're most likely yo get an answer yo your issue here: answers.microsoft.com/.../office
I follow the tutor's logic, but I don't agree with it exactly. I would not create a personal folder at work because I would not do personal stuff at my work. I keep everything in my inbox. I multi-tag ALL of my email with categories to apply the right metadata. This is mainly because you can never rely on someone else to use a proper subject line. If an email refers to more than one project, you'll need to tag it with more than one project. I try to use rules when I can, but I am often involved in different projects with the same people, so that doesn't work.