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Outlook

  • Digital Amnesia

    Not a day goes by without me uttering the words: “If it’s not saved in my Calendar, it’s not happening!” You’ll often find me jotting down my shopping list in the Notes on my phone, and I’d never be able to get up in the morning if it wasn’t for the alarm on my phone. In fact, I think I’d be pretty rubbish at remembering ANYTHING if it wasn’t for my phone. And I’m not the only one. A recent article in the Daily Mail talked…

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  • 1 Simple Way To Save Time When Sending Routine Emails

    1 simple way to save time when sending routine emails

    ~ HOW TO VIDEO INCLUDED! ~ In my business, there are many times that I send out emails to clients that are all very similar. For example, after a course has been completed, I will send the evaluation comments from those who attended to the person responsible for the booking. The time that is spent on these emails that I send daily soon mounts up, which is why I wanted to share this amazing time saving trick, using the free template app…

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  • STOP Revealing Sensitive Information by Email!

    STOP Revealing Sensitive Information by Email!

    The danger of staff accidentally or deliberately sending out sensitive information by email is one many companies have to guard against. It’s too easy for the busy office worker to hit ‘Send’ and realise (too late) that they’ve attached a document that should not go outside the organisation. My short ‘How to’ video shows how Microsoft’s new feature Data Loss Prevention stops this from happening by…

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  • Oooops I didn’t mean to send that! Recall an email in Outlook…

    Outlook 2010 Tips I don’t know about you but I’m always pressing Send on an email then realising that I didn’t attach the file I meant to send with it. Can an email be recalled in Outlook?         There is a way to retrieve the email, and this is what you need to do:       Open the message you sent. It will be in Mail, in the Sent Items folder. On the message tab, in the Move group,…

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  • Using Tasks in Microsoft Outlook – Reminding Yourself and Others!

    This week’s Top IT Tip for Office 2010 users is in Outlook. When you send an email often you forget all about it, and maybe the recipient at the other end also doesn’t think to action it – we all know how busy we are nowdays! Would you like to see how you can get organised using Outlook to remind you? It’s easy! Set flags within the email before you send it to remind you to follow it up. There’s flags on a drop down button to deal…

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  • 4 ways to Combat Email Overload!

    Decide what to do with each and every message How many times have you opened, reviewed, and closed the same email message or conversation? Those messages are getting lots of attention but very little action. It is better to handle each email message only once before taking action—which means you have to decide what to do with it and where to put it. Under the 4 Ds model, you have four choices: Delete it Defer it Delegate it Do it Delete it…

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