outlook

Wed
24
Feb
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Microsoft Outlook to be Integrated with LinkedIn

Microsoft is trying to harness the power of social networking for its own connectivity tool, email program Outlook. But rather than start its own network, Microsoft is aiming for an easier way to manage existing accounts. The firm has announced a ... beta program to integrate LinkedIn directly with Outlook. It's also announced partnerships are in the works for both Facebook and Twitter. LinkedIn is a primarily business-oriented tool for tracking networks. As well as acting like an online resume, it's designed for people to be able to make new business contacts through shared contacts. The site ... (view more)

Mon
16
Mar
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'Outlook Attachment Enabler', and 'Usage Monitor'

Outlook Attachment Enabler With this program you can take control of attachments Microsoft Outlook deems unsafe, allowing you to open any attachment you like. Controlling the safe and blocked attachments has never been easier (and more potentially ... dangerous, for that matter). http://www.veign.com Usage Monitor Usage Monitor lets you set watch limits on processes to know when your process is using too much CPU. Watch limits can be placed on Memory Usage, GDI Objects, and User Objects. This is a great tool for any developer. http://www.veign.com Today's fresh software picks were provided ... (view more)

Wed
30
Jul
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Surf the Internet from MS Outlook

No, that isn't a mistake in the title of this article. You can indeed surf the Internet without moving from MS Outlook! Follow the steps below to learn how: You will first need to do is display the Web toolbar by clicking on View | Toolbars | Web or ... by right-clicking on an open space on your existing toolbars and selecting Web. To visit a site on the Web, simply enter a url, such as www.carolscorneroffice.com and tap your Enter key. Immediately, your main screen will become a browser, but fret not, your Outlook Bar/Navigation Pane is still visible on the left as always. Simply click in the ... (view more)

Tue
22
Jul
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Customize Outlook Today

You may or may not have noticed the customize button on the right-hand side of your Outlook Today page, but it is there and if you use it, it is so much easier than searching throughout all the different menus! You all know that I am all about ... saving time and keystrokes! Take a look at the upper right-hand side of the Outlook Today window. See it? Didn't even notice it before did you? Go ahead and click the Customize Outlook Today button to begin. You will immediately see a list of choices. You are now free to make your own decisions regarding which message folders to report, the number of ... (view more)

Wed
09
Apr
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A Quick Summary View in MS Outlook

When you open MS Outlook at the beginning of your day do you find that you are constantly toggling back and forth between your Inbox, your Tasks, and your Calendar? Well, guess what? You do not have to do that any longer! There is a great feature ... called Outlook Today that you can use instead! Follow the steps below to get a quick summary of everything in MS Outlook: Click on the View Menu. Click the Go To submenu or Outlook Today. One little click and you have a summary of your entire day in front of you! It sure beats all that toggling back and forth doesn't it? When you become a member at ... (view more)

Tue
18
Dec
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Finally! Carol's Office 2007 Tips Available!

Attention all MS Office users -- Frustrated by MS Word? Excel just doesn't seem to add up? Feel powerless using PowerPoint and MS Outlook? Enough already! Learn MS Office: The Easy Way Our very own Carol Bratt has done it again -- and just in time ... for the holiday season! Whether you're an MS Office veteran or just beginning to learn the ropes, Carol's new Tips and Tricks eBook series on MS Office 2007 is just for you! If you've ever used the cumbersome help menu in any of the MS Office suites, then you know just how frustrating it can be when you can't find what you're searching for, or the ... (view more)

Fri
19
Oct
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'Swift Fox', and 'Outlook Desktop'

Swift Fox Swiftfox is an optimized build of Mozilla Firefox. Swiftfox has builds for both AMD and Intel processors. The trunk is the most cutting edge of all the builds and is where Firefox 3 is being developed. Branch builds are built from a code ... base that has been tested much more than the trunk and therefore should be considered to be more stable. If you want your security patches as soon as possible and require a browser built from a stable code base this build is perfect for you. http://getswiftfox.com/ Outlook Desktop This little program will place the Microsoft Outlook Calendaring ... (view more)

Wed
17
Oct
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Working with Notes in MS Outlook

Of all Outlook features, notes are by far the easiest to use. The following explains how to create notes. You can create notes in the Notes folder. To open this folder, click the Notes icon on the Outlook bar. After you have opened the folder, ... follow the steps below to create a note: Right-click in the Notes folder and choose New Note or simply double-click in the folder window. Either action opens a blank note window. Type your note directly in the window. Click the Close button in the upper right corner of the note window to close and save it. Outlook uses the first few dozen characters in ... (view more)

Wed
19
Sep
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Prevent MS Outlook from Entering the Country Field in MS Word

Using MS Word for your correspondence is usually so easy you don't even have to think about it. Some folks actually make it easier for themselves by using their Outlook Address Book. When you write letters in MS Word, Outlook automatically inserts ... the country that matches your computer's regional settings in the Country/Region field for that record. As a result, when you click the Insert Address button in the Envelopes and Labels dialog box and choose Outlook as your Address Book, Word automatically inserts the full address, including whatever country is in the Country/Region field. This has ... (view more)

Wed
20
Jun
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Archive Outlook E-Mail Without a .PST File

Microsoft Outlook has always archived your e-mail in a Personal Storage File (.PST). The .PST files stores Calendar items, e-mail, Journal entries, and Tasks on local Windows workstations. Users are responsible for proper archiving, such as ... specifying the archiving period, file locations, etc. The .PST files are notorious for corruption. There are many repair utilities that exist just for the purpose of repairing and recovering corrupted .PST files. There was another big drawback to the original .PST file: SIZE. Outlook 2002's .PST file was limited to 1.933 GB. Outlook 2003 increased the size ... (view more)

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