20 Essential Tricks Every Outlook User Needs to Know

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we have some tricks to help you manage your email and contacts like a
pro. After all, if you're going to use Outlook, no matter what the
reason, you might as well get the most out of it, and we're here to help
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Branium

Didn't want to post twice! :)

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Branium

If you have to use outlook, as I have to, in my opinion one of the best helpers is Lookeen! http://www.lookeen.net

I don't want to have to apps for searching outlook and my desktop and this is the reason why Lookeen is so great, it is outlook and desktop search in one!

It makes your whole outlook more efficient and saves so much time! Never saw a faster search! :)

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Neha Mohan

Nubli that recently launched at DEMO 09 has become a life saviour for managing voluminous inboxes on outlook. It automatically prioritizes your emails into high, medium and low buckets helping you focus on your important emails. Its automated tagging feature helps you organize your inbox so that there is no clutter. It also has a dashboard which summarizes your To- Dos and Action Items so you are productive. So download Nubli and organize your business email

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ourss96

I've been using an Outlook Plugin to manage access to the Outlook attachments (that our Exchange server lets through, such as Access files).  Easier than editing the registry.  It was free when I downloaded it. YMMV!

 

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fry

I only recently switched to Thunderbird from Outlook. Frankly, I was never unhappy with Outlook, but it's tied to Windows and I need a multiplatform email client.

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larrl

Outlook is a fine tool, especially in an enterprise environment. For those of us who don't care about attaining "leet" status, it works just great. I think many corporate users would agree that "synching our IPhones" is not our first priority.

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Ashlea

My favorite Outlook keyboard shortcut is CTL + Enter to send an email. Once I'm done typing a message, I find it much more convenient to use a keyboard shortcut to send the message rather than having to use my mouse to click the send button. 

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Thanks for the info on setting up polls. I never messed with this before but was actually able to use it to determine this years christmas party location. I always love theseuseful tip reviews you guys post.

 

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ddimick

I'm a big fan of Xobni (inbox spelled backwards if you can't remember the funky word) and have been using it for a year or so now. I find that Google Desktop search and Xobni fill in each other's gaps nicely.

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barfly711

Wow, how does having two search tools index your hard drive constantly impact your performnace? That sounds like an awful idea.

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Modred189

For anyone with a google account that they use the calendar, google calendar sync is priceless, and really does belong on this list!

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MleB

Outlook? Lotus Notes? Really? People / Companies still use these programs? How 1995 can you get?

Terrible, top-heavy programs with little in the way of a gratifying user experience or decent GUI, I am stunned these programs are still in use. Granted, corporate ennui and an apparent lack of alternatives (that don't dangerously function entirely 'in the cloud') certainly prevent a move, but I continue to be gobsmacked to read of recent, cutting edge devices that will only sync to a PC via Outlook.

Its rather like syncing one's iPhone to a stone tablet, chisel and hammer...

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Nailer669

Bash Outlook all you want, but it is 1 billion times better than Lotus Notes.  I use Notes every day, and I'd rather drive a nail into my testicles than use Lotus Notes every day.  I'd take Outlook over Notes any day of the week.

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Skillz_n_Magic

so teh l33t uze0r0z because you slam Outlook!!11!!1!

Serously?  Isn't the MS bashing bandwagon getting old?

Anyway, you could have included a usefull tip or two.  Why didn't you include how to setup the Hotmail connector or show some tips on how to syncronize callendars between multiple (home) PC's? 

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Ashlea

Glad you mentioned Outlook connector... I had manually set up my old hotmail account that I just can't seem to get rid of and then it suddenly stopped working a few months ago. I ended up using the Outlook Connector to get it working again, but I found it kinda ridiculous to have to install something to make that work, when I can add my Gmail account so easily and it works flawlessly. 

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Walnut

I'm not a MS basher; I use their products regularly and will readily praise them for being the biggest/best/whatever. I still wouldn't touch Outlook with a ten foot pole. 

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Ashlea

So then what do you recommend businesses use for their email client in an enterprise Exchange environment? 

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big_montana

Most of your tips are optimized for Outlook 2007 and you assume that teh firm you work for is not using GPO's to enforce policies. My firm uses GPO's and most users are unable to download, let alone install, applications. Also we use OST's not PST's as most of our workforce is mobile. Using a reg hack to unblock blocked attachments will not work as that is done on the Exchange server. Most firms do block socail networking sites like facebook, myspace and twitter because of the social networking virus that released earlier this year.

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khurt

Even if the user were able to install these applications some of the applications, e.g, YourSendIt, mayviolate corporate data handling policies about transmitting/sharing documents via third party sites.

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