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Trying to find a message in your sent folder but not seeing an identifying field, such as who you sent the email to, in your view pane? In this video tutorial, Reba demonstrates how to add fields to your Outlook folders. Adding a Field to the Outlook Sent Folder from Colorado Bar Association on Vimeo. You […]

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This week, I’ve created a video tutorial to demonstrate how to use Adobe Acrobat to move emails out of Microsoft Outlook onto your hard drive. Tip of the Week – How to move e-mails out of outlook onto your hard drive using Adobe Acrobat from Colorado Bar Association on Vimeo. You can see this tip and others, […]

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Many lawyers are using Gmail for business and/or personal email. The Ultimate Guide to Gmail by Taty Sena is a free, handy, and very informative PDF guide to using Gmail. It also includes valuable links to Gmail shortcuts and a Gmail cheat sheet. It explains labels, setting, advanced settings, filters, and more. If you are […]

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On the email listserv of the Solo and Small Firm Section of the Colorado Bar Association, a question was recently posed: “Does anyone send thank you notes anymore, or even an email, to acknowledge referrals?” I also have discussed this same question offline with colleagues regarding business referrals and friends and relatives regarding gifts. Based […]

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The next time you need to email a group of people asking whether they prefer Monday, Tuesday, or Friday for a meeting, or whether they want to be on a publication routing list, try using the voting buttons feature. Set up Outlook to Process Voting Responses Open Outlook On the Tools menu, select Options Select […]

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We all receive emails with attachments. As you know, you can save the attachment to your hard drive and access it later. But what about the email message that transmitted the document? A message such as, “This is the version that was approved by Bill,” can be critical information to have and it would be […]

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When you delete an email in Microsoft Outlook, it’s not actually deleted. It is sent to the “Deleted Items” folder, and you have to go into that folder and delete it again for it to be gone. There are times, however, when you know you want to permanently delete an email the first time. To […]

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On the email listserv for the Colorado Bar Association‘s Solo and Small Firm Section there have been postings lately relating to phishing scams. These postings are by colleagues asking for sanity checks or confirmation of their suspicions that an email inquiry from a potential client is a scam. So far, they’ve all been phishing scams. […]

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On request, the Colorado Court of Appeals will now send a copy of an unpublished opinion directly to your email! All you need to know is the case name and case number. Go to their website to fill out the form. Hit “submit,” and your request will be answered by 5 p.m. the following business […]

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If there are people to whom you often send email, you can easily create desktop shortcuts that will start Outlook and automatically address messages to your frequent email recipients with one click. Here’s how: Right-click on a blank area of the Windows desktop (the screen you get when you first start your computer) and select […]

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