The Best of Microsoft Outlook

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Microsoft Outlook is a personal information manager, and it’s capabilities run deeper than simply acting as an email application. Outlook also comes with a number of handy features, including a calendar, task manager, contact manager, note taking, journal, and web browsing.¬†

In this post, we’ll be highlighting our most-viewed Outlook tutorials, as they rank on our YouTube channel. These tutorials, from our Outlook 2010 and Outlook 2013 training courses, will teach you how to take advantage of three key features in Outlook.

Outlook 2010 Tutorial – How to set automatic out of office replies

Used in conjunction with Microsoft Exchange Server, the out of office rule will allow your emails to still arrive in your mailbox at the Exchange Server, which will then trigger the out of office rule to send the automatic response that you’ve set up. Watch the tutorial:

Outlook 2010 Tutorial – Exploring the Outlook calendar

In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to access the calendar setting in Outlook, and about its many useful features. Watch the tutorial:

 Outlook 2013 Tutorial РSharing calendars and Outlook items

With an electronic calendar, you’re able to add and update things with the click of a mouse. Learn how to share your calendar with others, whether it be coworkers or family members, using a variety of different options available. Watch the tutorial:




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