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Outlook makes it incredibly easy to enter recurring meetings (or events) once and you never have to do it again by using the recurring appointment feature. Here’s how: Open your Calendar Click on New to create a new appointment Fill in the Subject, Location, and add any notes you wish in the blank field at […]

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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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Microsoft Outlook 2003 and 2007 both allow you to set up an email form that will prevent recipients from forwarding your emails to anyone else as long as the sender and recipient both use Outlook.  Although there are ways of getting around this—the recipient could cut and paste the content of your email into another […]

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When you’re in Microsoft Outlook 2007 and you’re adding contacts that work at the same company (or you’re adding an additional contact with the same company), you can save yourself the steps of re-entering the company’s name, address, phone number, fax number, and other company details each time you create a new contact. Here’s how: […]

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