AARP Outlook 2010 For Dummies by Bill Dyszel

By Bill Dyszel

Gain an entire new outlook on e-mail

Overwhelmed by means of electronic mail and able to simplify your inbox? you will be shocked in any respect the stuff you can accomplish with this mini advisor to successfully utilizing Outlook 2010. From developing notes, handling e mail, and conserving your calendar to casting off unsolicited mail and monitoring your agenda, you will take again keep watch over of your inbox and remain prepared with Outlook 2010 and support from For Dummies.

Open the publication and find:

  • Tips for constructing the Navigation pane
  • Easy electronic mail essentials
  • Steps for storing names and addresses
  • How to take advantage of the Outlook calendar
  • Ways to lessen spam

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Click the Save & Close button (or press Alt+S). The Contact Group dialog box closes and your Contact group appears in boldface in your list of contacts. Figure 2-12: Picking members for your Contact group. When you’re creating a Contact group, you may also want to include the e-mail addresses of people who aren’t included in your Contacts list or any of your other Outlook Address Books. To do so, click Add Members then choose New Email Contact (instead of From Outlook Contacts) in Step 3. Enter the name and e-mail address of the person you want to add in the Add Members dialog box, click the OK button, and follow the rest of the steps exactly the same way.

Remember, business e-mail etiquette is different from home e-mail etiquette. Many employers have strict policies about appropriate use of their corporate e-mail systems. If you work for such a company, be aware of your com­pany’s policies. Figure 1-7: The Forward screen. If you want to pester your friends by sending silly trivia from your home computer to their home computers (as I do), that’s your own business. 6. In the text box, type any comments you want to add to the message. The text of the original message appears in the text box.

Click the Mail button in the Navigation pane (or press Ctrl+Shift+I). The Inbox screen opens, showing your incoming mail. 2. Click the title of the message you want to forward. The message you selected appears in the Reading pane; see Figure 1-6. You can forward the message as soon as you read it. If you’ve already opened the message, you can skip the first two steps. 3. Click the Forward button. The Forward screen appears; see Figure 1-7. The subject of the original message is now the subject of the new message, except the letters FW: (for Forward) are inserted at the beginning.

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