In Outlook, when you reply or forward an email message, you always have to close the original one, which is its default setting. Here’s how to make it close automatically. More Reading:
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If you use Outlook all day and have contacts in different parts of the country, having multiple time zones in the calendar is critical. Here’s how to add them.
Skype, version 6.1, was released last week and it allows you to call your contacts directly from Outlook 2013 and 2010. It works with Windows XP and higher.
The Microsoft Office Hotmail Connector is a must have install if you want to use Microsoft Outlook with an Outlook.com, Hotmail or Live email account. Here’s how to configure it.
If you’re using Outlook.com, these are the POP3 and SMTP server settings to use since IMAP is not currently supported with Outlook.com accounts.
Quick-Tip for checking if your Outlook client is the 32-bit or 64-bit client.
The steps for Outlook 2010 and Outlook 2013 are exactly the same when it comes to enabling and disabling reminder popups and sounds. Here’s how it works.
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.
Do you often send out emails where you’d like the replies to go to an additional inbox? Microsoft Outlook has a feature that will allow that without any fancy mailing groups set up on the server level.
Sent out the wrong TPS reports? If you’re using Outlook 2003-2013 on an Exchange server you might be able to retrieve the email before your work team sees it.
Sometimes you get email in your inbox that is falsely marked as Spam even though it isn’t. Here’s a tip to tell Outlook that emails marked as Spam are not Junk.
Have you ever had someone tell you “Didn’t you get my email?”. The problem can be that Outlook sees the address as junk mail. Here’s how to manually or automatically add them to the Safe Senders List.
Nobody likes receiving forwarded chain emails, but sometimes you need to forward multiple messages. Outlook 2010 makes it easy to do.
If you’re in charge of a team who’s working on a project…delegate. Using the Assign Tasks feature in Outlook is a great way to assign jobs to others on your team.