The Notes Field in Microsoft Outlook

A: Microsoft Outlook uses forms for inputting content into the message store.

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Can’t find that email message? These three tips can help.

Hi, I am Roby Kurian, Product Manager for Outlook. How often do you ask yourself, “Where’s that message?” Whether you are a filer (you keep messages carefully organized in folders) or a piler (you keep all of your messages in your Inbox), these three tips can help you find that elusive message.

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Better Searching in Outlook 2010

A common problem with email searches is that they can return too many results. For example, entering someone’s name may return matches where the name appears in parts of the message’s body even though you meant to look for messages from that person.

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Introducing MailTips

How often have you sent a message to someone only to receive an Out of Office message in reply a moment later? Or (like me) you might have sent a message to a Contact Group, only to find out too late that group contained hundreds of people – when it happened to me I surely wished I had known in advance.

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Can you really dump Exchange for Google Apps Synchronization with …

Microsoft has been doing email for businesses for quite a long time.

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Living in Outlook: Voting Buttons

The Living in Outlook series is about sharing tips and workflows around real-world scenarios. We’ll start the conversation with a topic – you can add to it by posting your tips and workflows in the comments! I use Outlook to help me organize both my work and personal lives. Sometimes I need to get a consensus from my friends or coworkers regarding a decision that we should make.

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Living in Outlook: Voting Buttons

Living in Outlook: Voting Buttons

The Living in Outlook series is about sharing tips and workflows around real-world scenarios. We’ll start the conversation with a topic – you can add to it by posting your tips and workflows in the comments! I use Outlook to help me organize both my work and personal lives. Sometimes I need to get a consensus from my friends or coworkers regarding a decision that we should make

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A Note on Recent Phishing Attacks Against Outlook Users

As you may have seen, in the past week there have been various reports of a scam / phishing e-mail that targets Outlook users by falsely claiming that it is an official message from Microsoft, asking users to visit a phishing website where they are prompted to enter their e-mail server information, user name, and password. Do not click on the link in this e-mail, or enter any of your personal information on the corresponding site. We wanted to let all of you know that this message is absolutely not from Microsoft , and to take the following precautions: Microsoft (and the Outlook team) will never ask for your personal information via e-mail

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Making a Custom Ribbon Appear Only for a Custom Outlook Form

Many of you have posted questions to the VSTO Forum about how to make custom tabs, groups and controls appear only in cases where the user opens a custom form in Outlook. The reason why that is difficult to accomplish is because there is no way to specify the names of custom forms in the Ribbon Designer. You can only specify inspector window types

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Making a Custom Ribbon Appear Only for a Custom Outlook Form