So you decided you're going to get your email inbox down to empty every day in 2007. Problem is, you started with 500 unreads from 2006 on January 1st. Start out the year with a clean inbox without the fear of deleting anything you may later need. Read full article.
Finding information on contacts in Outlook is easy. While in Outlook, click on Tools, Address Book:
This will bring up the Address Book:
If you know the first name of the person you're looking for, start typing it in. As you type, it will take you to names starting with what you've typed. When you get to the name you want, you can see that person's phone number and where they work to the right of their name. If you'd like more information about them, right click their name and choose Properties.
In the past, we've mentioned you should no longer archive past emails. (In certain instances you may be instructed by WALS staff to create an archive)
Auto-archive files can become corrupted, and when the server or Office application is upgraded, the files may not work. Also, it's easy to lose an important email if it becomes archived. So, it's best if it's turned off. For those of you who have AutoArchive set in Outlook, this is how you turn it off:
While in Outlook, click on Tools (menu bar), followed by Options.
If you belong to any message lists, you know that it can be hard to follow message threads. Outlook supports sorting messages in many different ways. One of these, sorting by conversation topic, can help quite a bit. To sort in this way, go to the folder you want to sort. Then, click on View > Current View > By Conversation Topic: