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Suffering from inbox overload? In Outlook, you don't have to prioritize and sort your email the hard way. Outlook 2010 has three new features that do more for my sanity than six weeks of therapy: the Ignore feature (my and Crabby's favorite), Conversation view, and the Conversation Clean-up tool.
Plagued by endless nattering email threads full of silly posturing or irrelevant details? (Not that that ever happens.) Right click the subject of any of the emails and then click Ignore. Then click the Ignore Conversation button to move all those emails (including ones you haven't gotten yet) to your deleted items folder, and savor your moment of zen.
More interested in what it's about than who sent it? Use Conversation View to group all your emails by conversation as they arrive.
Want to get rid of redundant messages? Use Conversation Clean-Up.
Together these three features make managing your inbox a whole lot easier in Outlook 2010. For a look at the full line-up of sanity savers in Outlook 2010, check out What's up with my inbox in Outlook 2010?! on the Outlook team blog.
If you're wrestling with your inbox in Outlook 2007, watch this "Break me out of mail jail" video and break free.
More info on Outlook conversation view:
What's up with my Inbox in Outlook 2010?!Webinar: Unclutter your Outlook inboxGrouping emails by conversation in OutlookCES: Outlook 2010's Conversation View puts you back in action (video)How Outlook 2010 cleans up after meUse Conversation Clean Up to eliminate redundant messages Turn on or off Conversations arrangement in the message list
is this post in response to Gmail's new Priority Inbox?
Thanks for the useful tips, Holly!