Microsoft Outlook is essential for any professional working out there. And so does the Outlook Calendar as it houses all the meeting requests, reminders and appointments. But most of the organizations put data storage limit in their user Outlook usage. So mostly people will get around 100 MB of storage (and even less if you’re just developer or junior employee). Continuous inflow of mails and meeting requests/appointments will soon choke up the storage limit of Outlook. To free up the space you can move mails to personal folders, delete meeting requests/appointments from Calendar which are expired. But wait, that’s the tricky part. Cleaning up mails is easy but not the Calendar. If you’re facing problem in reducing the size of your Outlook Calendar, keep reading. (more…)
This is another post in our MS Outlook tips and tricks guide. This time I am here with another tip for Outlook 2007 which shows how you can add BCC field. Though it’s very simple; naive users of Outlook might find it little bit difficult. I’ll explain the process with screen-shots to make it easy to understand.
When using Microsoft Outlook, I found one very interesting and useful feature – vCard. vCard stands for Virtual Business Cards. When you want to share your contact information and company details with others, business cards are very helpful. At conferences or other networking events, business cards come handy to bridge the communication gap. Now a days everything’s getting virtual and business cards are no exception. Virtual Business Cards can be sent via e-mail in Outlook. We will see how to Send, Receive and Create your Virtual Business Card.
I work in software company and here I got a nice trick via email about MS Outlook which might be helpful to many people who works in corporate world.
We have situation when we are sending official mails. You forgot subject line of an important mail ( Who shouted behind that boss will screw..!!!)