Category: Outlook

Outlook and Inbox Zero: You can do it!

As I’ve taught people how to use Microsoft Outlook over the years, I’m constantly amazed by the number of people who report physical symptoms when checking their email. One common thread is that so many people are overwhelmed by email that they report physical symptoms when checking their email, up to and including hyperventilating. The good news is that you can take control over Outlook, and you can whip it into shape. The goal is commonly termed Inbox Zero, and …

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Automatically Spellcheck your Emails Every Time

As we fling emails back and forth at each other across the internet, we have also gotten sloppier with our typing. Unfortunately, the spelling and grammar police have not become any more forgiving. One of the most critical ways you are judged is by your spelling and grammar in email. In a world where we often build electronic relationships in which we never see the other person, those people use our spelling and grammar to judge us. Microsoft Outlook has …

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Data File Types in Outlook Can Break You…

Even for a nerd like me, I have to say this is not one of the sexiest blog posts I’ve put out there. But when I get bitten by a new feature of a program I like to let you know about it in case the same thing happens to you. Outlook 2013 and 2016 have changed how they are dealing with IMAP accounts. For those of us who don’t want to spend the money on an Exchange account, and …

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