“A practical guide to taming the messages that arrive in your Outlook 2016/2013/2010 Inbox with step-by-step instructions and tips from people who’ve used Outlook since 1996.”
Organizing Outlook Email third edition is about, surprise, surprise, organizing your email in Microsoft Outlook 2016, Outlook 2013 and Outlook 2010.
The Third Edition is totally updated and revised to cover Outlook 2016/2013 & 2010 email management in detail.
There are all sorts of features in Outlook to help you arrange your email, some obvious, others not so obvious.
We’ll take you through all the features available from simple moving of messages to adding Categories, Flags, Reminders and much more with examples and plenty of color images to illustrate.
Attachments – how to preview, open, manage and delete attachments.
Viewing and sorting messages in various views. That includes restoring the Unread messages view inexplicably dropped from Outlook 2010.
Searching is an important part of Outlook so we look at it in considerable detail. There’s simple searches through to complex finds as well as the invaluable Search Folders.
There’s many anti-spam features in Outlook which change on 1 Nov. 2016. Organizing Outlook Email looks at all the options (post Nov. 2016) with advice on which to use and, crucially, which to avoid. The book explains how modern spam filters work with Outlook as just one part of the process.
We’ll show you how to get Outlook to do some of the arranging and management of messages for you.
Quick Steps let you create your own buttons to reduce multi-step tasks to a single click
Outlook Rules are very powerful and you’ll be able to harness that power with our step-by-step examples.
You can see your email not just on one copy of Outlook. Email can be on multiple computers, smartphones and tablets . We’ll show you how to do that cheaply, easily and probably with the software you already have.
Also how to directly connect Outlook to a portable device via a USB cable and avoid the cloud entirely.
There’s an entire chapter on how to move your email accounts to another service like Gmail, Outlook.com, Office 365/Exchange Server or Yahoo Mail.
How to keep a link and get messages from your old mail accounts. It makes the migration to a new address a lot easier.
” As with all the Office Watch ebooks and newsletters, we’ve tried to go beyond the standard software ‘how-to’ to give you practical advice and tips we’ve learnt from decades of computing experience.” said author and co-founder of Office Watch, Peter Deegan.We’ve written a practical guide with plenty of ‘step by step’ instructions and color im instructions and color images (important when you’re talking about features like ‘color categories’).
Organizing Outlook Email, third edition is for
Email Basics and Beyond