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How to edit received emails in Outlook

Do you wish you could add information to emails you’ve received in Outlook. It’s easy if you know how. But first… Why would you want to edit a received email? The two reasons I can think of are: You may want to add some extra information or notes to the email…

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How to not Reply-All to Yourself

Reader Question: Outlook includes my email address in the To field when I do a Reply-All. Clearly I do not want to email myself but Outlook lacks the intelligence to not add my email address to the email. Do you have a solution? YES. This functionality is built into Send…

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Why you should avoid filing emails in the Outlook Deleted Items Folder

The first and obvious reason is because the deleted items folder is your virtual RUBBISH BIN. Although it may be referred to as a folder in Outlook, it’s purpose is not for filing/storing emails which you might want to refer to later. We do not store anything in the rubbish…

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Why you should NOT use BCC for secret communications

Have you ever BCCed someone on an email so that you can secretly keep them in the loop without the other recipients knowing? Here’s why it is a dangerous practice and what you should do instead. What is BCC (for those who haven’t used it before) When you send out…

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Super 15 Rugby Schedule inside Outlook

The Super 15 Rugby Season is starting this weekend. Make sure that you’re ready for all the games by downloading the fixtures inside your Outlook. The games “should” show at the correct time in your timezone but you may want to check in case of daylight saving changes etc. Here’s…

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Free Office 2013 Quick Start Guides

Have you started using Microsoft Office 2013 yet? Here’s a quick way to get up to speed with all the new features. Microsoft has published printable Microsoft Office 2013 Quick Start Guides with useful tips, shortcuts and screenshots to get you started. There are 9 different guides in total for…

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Outlook 2013 and the Weather

One of the nice new things in Outlook 2013 is that you can get a weather forecast for the next few days directly in your Calendar. In this post we discuss how you can customise this to display temperature in Celsius (it defaults to Fahrenheit) and to add more locations.…

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