Microsoft Outlook creates a Temporary or OLK folder where it stores attachments opened while reading emails. Here’s how to find it and your lost attachments.
Microsoft Outlook 2007 and 2003 How To Articles and Tech Help
The Outlook To-Do bar is convenient for keeping track of the day’s meetings, opening tasks, and quickly scheduling new meetings or creating new tasks. By default, however, the Tasks can become a bit cluttered. So the first thing I always do when setting up Outlook 2007 for the first time is to display only Today’s […]
In a busy world, forgetting about an appointment or task is becoming easier and easier. Microsoft Outlook 2007 has a feature called the To-Do Bar which I use daily to map out my day/week. It’s very configurable, includes a Calendar, my upcoming Meetings, and my Active Tasks. Although enabled by default, I like to […]
One of the more common topics/questions in our Free Tech Support Forum is How-To repair or recover email from a corrupt Microsoft Outlook PST file. I use PST files daily with Outlook for email archiving and other workflows I follow which is why I back up my PST files weekly. If I were to lose […]
Outlook 2007 provides access to our email, calendars, and contacts. But what many people overlook is how great of an RSS feed reader Outlook 2007 is. For a General Tutorial on what RSS is and how it can be useful, take a look at this article from the groovyArchives – What is an RSS […]
With the Side-by-side calendar view support of Outlook 2007, adding my Google Calendar to my Outlook 2007 client at work was a simple yet effective way for me to avoid missing personal appointments. The process works by configuring Outlook to connect or subscribe to the Google Calendars Private ICAL address. (more…)
Many Outlook users in the corporate environment are familiar with the Out of Office Assistant and use the Outlook function to alert customers or colleagues when they are not checking email because of vacation or illness etc. As convenient as it might be, however, the Outlook feature requires your email server be a Microsoft Exchange Server, […]
Many people don’t realize it but it’s possible to change the Outlook Color Scheme with just a few simple clicks. If your like me and you stare at Outlook ALL DAY, this is nice little feature as ANY change is good change. 😉 Update: See this groovyPost for the step-by-step for Changing the Color […]
Enabling the Out of Office Auto Response feature in Outlook (also called Vacation Mode by some) is a handy way of letting co-workers or customers know your away from the Office (vacation / holiday etc..) and not checking email regularly. Turning on the feature is very simple both from the Outlook desktop client (outlook 2000/2003/2007) […]
Scheduling an email in Outlook can be VERY handy for company announcements or reports you need to send at a specific time. Here’s how you do it with Microsoft Outlook 2007.
With all the recent press, Twitter’s popularity is surging. 9.3 Million visitors in March and growing. Although I’m still deciding if Twitter is right for @groovyPost, I’m sure many of you groovyReaders out there are already using Twitter. Therefore when I found this groovy tool called OutTwit I knew I had to write-up a quick […]
A few days ago I explained How-To Defer the Delivery of sent items/emails using GMAIL. This deferral process is particularly handy for those “OH NO I HIT SEND” moments where you wish you could take back an email almost the same instant you sent it. Personally, I’ll never forget an early period in my career […]
Like everyone these days, I get a lot of emails. A few years ago I stumbled across a feature of Microsoft Outlook which helps prevent me from missing important emails, namely from my Boss or an important customer. If nothing else, it’s a straightforward and easy way to triage your Inbox using Color Codes. […]
There are many compelling reasons to use the free Google Email Server GMAIL. It’s free. It has excellent SPAM protection, the mailboxes are huge and best of all, you can access your email from ANYWHERE! Now, after saying all that, although the Web Interface for GMAIL is not bad, many people (including myself) still prefer […]