The Drafts folder in Outlook stores email messages you've started but haven't yet sent. When creating a new email message, every three minutes Outlook will automatically save it as a draft. In addition to this auto-save feature, you can manually save a draft at any time, and are prompted to save a message that you attempt to close without sending.
If you've ever typed a misspelled email address in the To or CC fields of an Outlook message, a problem occurs because Outlook will remember that bad address. Because Outlook has an auto-complete function, so every time you begin typing an address any incorrect ones will also appear in the auto complete list Outlook offers you.
Fortunately there's an easy way to clear any misspelled (or out of date) email addresses:
If your email messages in Outlook are displayed in Date Groups (Today, Yesterday, Monday, Tuesday, Last Week, Last Month, Older, etc.) but you'd rather save screen space and arrange them differently, here's how to change your outlook (sorry, bad pun):
When you visit family for the holidays, are you the one-person tech support? Well, Google had you in mind when they put together over 50 short videos they call Teach Parents Tech. You can even email links to the videos directly from the website using their free Tech Support Care Package.
If you've got folders set up in Outlook and prefer to arrange them in order of importance (instead of Outlook's default alphabetical order), you've probably already found that Outlook won't let you drag & drop folders to display them the way you want.
A way to get around this is to rename a folder with a prefix of a number or a letter.