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How to Password Protect Your Outlook Data File

Here is a simple tip on how to password protect your Outlook emails from other users of the same computer. I was recently asked (via Facebook)… How can I secure my Outlook account and let no one see my mail? The best way to do this is to actually have…

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Mark Appointments as Complete in Outlook

A reader asked me if there was any way in Outlook to mark appointments as complete… this is available for Tasks so it should be fairly safe to assume that there must be an easy way to do the same for appointments/calendar items. It turns out there is no built-in…

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How to protect your Outlook Data from data loss

Do you know that by default Outlook is configured to eventually corrupt itself and lose some and maybe even all your e-mails? In this post, I will go through simple tips that will greatly improve your use of Outlook. Here are a few essential tips that will help you to…

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The BEST way to file your work e-mails

Do you know that there is a simple e-mail filing technique (that you have probably been using for years) that will virtually guarantee that all your work e-mails are super easy to find and archive in the future? With almost 80% of business correspondence now taking place by e-mail, you…

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Converting Outlook Emails to Appointments or Tasks

You may want to convert an email to a Task or Appointment if you need to take some action on it. Your Outlook Task List and your Calendar are where you should put any items that you need to work on. Here are two ways to ‘magically’ convert an Outlook…

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SendGuard for Outlook Update: Reply-to-All and Reply to Outlook emails is now 100x safer

It always amazes me with the fantastic ideas that our readers/users come up with. Here is a simple (why didn’t we think of this earlier) idea that a user suggested to us that virtually ELIMINATES any chance of you replying or replying-to-all to the wrong people. Before I show you…

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Show or Hide ScreenTips in Outlook

Outlook normally shows a ScreenTips when you hover the mouse pointer over a toolbar button. Here is how you can show or hide the ScreenTips: In Outlook 2003 and 2007: 1. In the main Outlook window, click Tools > Customize… 2. Click the Options tab. look at the “Other” section…

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