Long back There was a email client named incrediMail that could do some tricks. I received e-mails with all kinds of pizzazz. Now you can do this with Outlook 2010. All Microsoft Word tricks can be done in Outlook 2010 Mail compose window. Here is some samples I did. Most of them you can find … Continue reading Outlook 2010: Compose and Send FUN e-mails
Do you send screenshots via email time to time? how do you do it? Here is a easy way if you are using Outlook 2010. 1. Click New Email to compose a new message. 2. On the ribbon, select Insert tab and select Screenshot. 3. The current compose window will minimize automatically. Select the portion … Continue reading Send Screenshots via Outlook 2010 with ease
This outlook add-in adds the missing feature in Microsoft outlook which allows you to save and with option to remove all attachments from multiple emails at once. Great tools to manage your mailbox size. Get it HERE.
As a System Admin in IT, Many times I have to make a list in Excel to state status of, say, Servers. I am sure you have some list you have to manager in Excel. Here is the cool way of managing the check list. This is tested in Excel 2007 and I am not … Continue reading Excel 2007: Eye Candy Check List in Excel, otherwise called “Conditional Formatting”
Have you ever regret for sending mail to a wrong person or wrong information? Almost everyone does at some point of time. Some people does frequently. And then they regret it and furiously try to recover the mail. Here is the tip: Use Outlook Rules and Alerts feature to delay the mail sending, say a … Continue reading “Defer Delivery”: Delay sending mails from Outlook
How many times did you helped users to cleanup their mailbox? The usual way of cleaning up the mailbox is to archive the old mail, cleaning up the Sent Items, moving mails to PST folders, etc., Do you know there is Mailbox Cleanup utility comes with Outlook 2007? If you don't know check it out. … Continue reading Mailbox Cleanup from Outlook 2007
When a new mail arrives, Outlook shows cool Desktop Alert window with the subject text and little drop down menu with few mail options. You quickly see the sender and subject text, and you can also delete or flag the mail for future review.The alert window look like this. Now the issue is some times … Continue reading How do I move “Outlook Mail Desktop Alert Window” to my own location?
I found this Office 2007 Search Commands tool from Microsoft Office Labs web site. This cool little tool create an additional Office ribbon tab. You can type Office ribbon (menu) commands in the search bar like table, format, etc., It brings the related command icons right there on the Search Commands tab. Download the tool … Continue reading Microsoft Office Labs: Search Commands for Office 2007
1. Click Outlook: Tools ==> Options ==> Mail Format 2. Click Editor Options. Select Color Scheme. Click OKs to close the dialog boxes. Source: Changing your theme
Here is the quick tip. If you don't want to see the ribbon temporarily (or never), simply press Control-F1. To get back the ribbon again, press Control-F1 again.