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Outlook Power Tip: Learn to use Jump Lists

Outlook Jumplists are a great productivity tool… and yet so many Outlook users still don’t know how to use them. Here’s more information on what Jump Lists are, how to set them up and what you can do with them. NOTE: You must be using Outlook 2010 and Windows 7…

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Extract Email Addresses from Emails to CSV

In an earlier post, we showed you how to export outlook contacts to a CSV file. We had several readers asking if there was a way to extract email addresses from emails directly to external files like CSV… The answer is YES and you don’t need any new program, you…

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Customize how Outlook highlights Unread Emails

Let me start off by asking a very simple question… How does Outlook highlight Unread emails by default? Yes you all are right :), it highlights the email as Bold and Black. This is how we have always identified unread emails in our Inbox and while many would still prefer…

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Remedy for Issues like Slow, Crashing or Freezing Outlook

Outlook like any other program is also suspectible to failure. For most of us, Outlook is a “treasure(Data) chest” with so much valuable information related to our work, business, clients etc. In an earlier post, we have discussed the importance of maintaining your Outlook Data files especially if you have…

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Linking Contacts to Calendar Appointments in Outlook

[A hidden but very useful feature of Outlook appointments is that you can link contacts to them. Here’s why and how.] Why you may want to show contacts on Outlook Appointments? Having your contacts linked to the Outlook Calendar appointment lets you see all the people associated with the appointment.…

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Essential Elements to Include in your Email Signature

What are the essential elements of information that you should include in your signature… It’s a matter of personal choice what you wish to add in your email signatures but it is best to keep signatures as small as possible but still convey enough information to help the reader and…

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When and How to let Outlook Rules Control your Inbox

Last week we discussed why you should NOT let Outlook rules take control of your Inbox. This week I’d like to show you why it makes perfect sense to use Rules to process your newsletter emails. Do you subscribe to any email newsletters, mailing lists or groups? I often find…

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Should you let Outlook Rules Control your Inbox?

Rules are a handy feature in Outlook that can automatically move emails out of your Inbox to any other chosen folder but… I personally almost never use Outlook Rules (I’ll write about exceptions next week) to move emails. So why don’t I use Outlook Rules? You might be aware of…

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Mark Outlook Task as Complete the Easy Way

Last week we showed how easy it was to snooze multiple reminders at once. Today’s post is just a follow-up to that as we realised you could do much more then just snoozing from the reminder pop-up screen. Do you get annoyed when the reminder pop-up appears with Tasks that…

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