Sunday, April 6, 2008

MICROSOFT OUTLOOK Tips Find What You’re Looking For

The first step in finding a particular e-mail message is often re-sorting by column date received or sent, subject, sender, or recipient then scrolling. Try this instead in Microsoft Outlook or Outlook Express or even in Outlook web mail: Click on the Name field to sort by name, then type the first letter of the name you’re looking for. The client will jump to names beginning with that letter. Type quickly and you can jump more accurately; if you’re looking for Smith, go straight to smith instead of starting with Sa. This can be faster than Find, particularly if all you remember about a message is the sender, not a unique phrase.

*.* Source of Information : March 2008 PC Magazine

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