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Managing Email in Microsoft Outlook 2013
By Diane Poremsky, Sherry Kinkoph Gunter
Oct 30, 2013
This chapter teaches essential techniques for keeping ahead of your email stack so your Outlook 2013 Inbox doesn't grow out of control.
Email Marketing Is (Not) Dead
By Jason Falls, DJ Waldow
Aug 30, 2012
Email is ubiquitous and a huge part of our daily routine. We are a world addicted to email. How can some say email is dead?
What to Expect from Microsoft Office 15
By Brien Posey
Jun 5, 2012
Office 15 promises to be the most significant Microsoft Office release in quite some time. Brien Posey explains why this new release is such a big deal and what you can expect from it.
Stay Connected with Outlook 2010
By Dianne Siebold
Dec 22, 2010
Explore the social networking features in Microsoft Outlook 2010. You’ll learn about how Outlook Social Connector connects Outlook to external networks and displays information about your contacts.
Moving from Microsoft Office to OpenOffice.org
By Eric Geier
Oct 25, 2010
Making the transition to OpenOffice.org can save money, but it takes some getting used to. Eric Geier shares tips on moving to this free and open source office suite.
Integrating Social Networks with Microsoft Outlook
By Eric Geier
Oct 20, 2010
Eric Geier shows how to install and use a very cool Outlook add-on that will allow you to see the profile photos and status updates from those you communicate with via email.
Ten Office 2010 Add-Ins for Business Professionals
By Eric Geier
Oct 18, 2010
Make Office 2010 even better with these ten add-ins. Eric Geier shows you how to get those familiar file menus back, integrate Outlook with social networks, add live web pages to presentations, and more.
Organizing People Using Contacts and Groups in Gmail
By Steven Holzner
Sep 23, 2010
In this lesson, you'll see how to create a contact, use contacts to email people quickly, and organize contacts into groups for en masse emailing.
Making Connections with Outlook Social Connector
By J. Peter Bruzzese
Jun 7, 2010
Outlook 2010 comes with a new feature — the Social Connector. Is this new Outlook 2010 feature a home run or a dud?
New Features in Microsoft Office 2010 for Small Businesses
By Tim Barrett
Jun 4, 2010
Determine if upgrading to Office 2010 is right for you. This article discusses some of the key improvements and new features added to the Office 2010 suite, along with pricing, system requirements, and bundles.
Overview of Key New Features in Office 2010
By Tom Bunzel
May 12, 2010
Tom Bunzel summarizes the key new highlights in Microsoft Office 2010 and points the way to using the new Office 2010 to its maximum potential.
Using and Sharing the Calendar in Outlook 2007
By Eric Geier
Jun 18, 2009
Eric Geier shows you how to create new calendars, load in holidays and Internet calendars, and share your schedules with local users or over the Internet.
Spam: Unwanted Email from Hell
By Andy Walker
Sep 9, 2008
Andy Walker explains what spam is, where it comes from, and what to do about it.
Managing Folders in Outlook 2007
By Patricia DiGiacomo
Mar 25, 2008
Patricia DiGiacomo introduces you to the basics of storing Outlook information and teaches you how to manage that information.
Using Your Gmail Account as a Virtual Drive
By Kulvir Singh Bhogal
Dec 30, 2005
Kulvir Bhogal introduces GMail Drive, a nifty program that lets you use space in your GMail account just like a drive on your computer.
Internet Addresses, Email Addresses, Acronyms and Emoticons: The Language of the Internet for Beginners
By Sandy Berger
Dec 22, 2005
The Internet has a language of its own that is used in Internet addresses. Understanding the components of Internet and email addresses such as domain names and extensions is not difficult, and it is sure to make your web surfing easier. Once you have that down pat, you can move on to more fun online things such as acronyms and emoticons. This chapter briefly covers the lexicon of the internet for the web novice.
Get Connected Through E-mail in Windows XP
By Shelley O'Hara
Oct 22, 2004
For the novice, this chapter by Shelley O'Hara offers a guide to setting up and using e-mail in Windows XP. For the experienced user, there are still tips and tricks to customizing your e-mail experience for greater efficiency and usability.
What's New in Outlook 2003
By Susan Harkins, Mike Gunderloy
Aug 20, 2004
Susan Harkins and Mike Gunderloy provide an overview of the new features included in Microsoft Outlook 2003, including custom flag colors for important messages, intelligent grouping, and features to make things easier on Outlook developers.
Managing Outlook Folders in Office 2003
By Ed Bott, Patricia Cardoza, Woody Leonhard
Nov 21, 2003
Get the basics of storing Outlook information, and learn to manage that information so that E-mail becomes a time saver instead of a time waster. You'll discover how to navigate Outlook's new interface, create folders, move and copy information between folders, and manipulate folder properties to fine-tune your folders.
Running Away, Part 1: "Exchange" Your Vacation
By Lynn Greiner
Nov 13, 2003
Getting away from your E-mail inbox sounds lovely, until you get back and find it overflowing. With a tweak here and there, Microsoft Exchange and Outlook can help to keep your inbox under control while you're busy getting sand between your toes.

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