Outlook

I’m sharing one very useful tip for Outlook users. When you are sending an email to bigger audience, you might not want the recipients to do ‘Reply all’ on the email. Otherwise it might create lot of spam which the other recipients of the email would not want to receive. And surely you would not […]

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How to convert Outlook email to pdf

by admin on June 6, 2012

If you want to save one of your outlook emails as a pdf file, then you can do that by following the below steps. Outlook does not have any direct feature to do this, so we use MS Word as an intermediate place holder in the conversion to pdf file. Open the email and copy […]

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Outlook new message pop up settings

by admin on August 22, 2011

Whenever you have a new email in your mail box, Outlook can display an alert or pop-up at the right bottom of your desktop. This alert looks like below. How to turn off new email pop up? This new mail pop up can be disabled my modifying outlook settings. See detailed steps below. In Outlook […]

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Outlook 2007 registry settings

by admin on October 27, 2010

Microsoft  office outlook has lot of options which can be configured from Tools -> Options. For Outlook 2007 these settings are stored in the registry database under the following node. HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\12.0\Outlook\Preferences Below we explain how to use these registry keys to configure different options in Outlook 2007. When I minimize Outlook, it disappears from the […]

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In Microsoft Outlook application we use meeting request to invite people to the meetings. The Receivers of this meeting request can accept or reject the meeting request based on their availability or willingness to attend the meeting. When the user accepts a meeting request, the mail gets deleted from the mailbox / Inbox and would […]

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Set up signature in Outlook 2007

by admin on February 27, 2010

In Outlook 2007, we can setup signature as follows. Launch Outlook and click on Tools menu and select Options Select Mail Format tab. Click on Signatures button(shown in the above snapshot). It opens a windows with the title “Signatures and Stationery”. Now click New and enter a name for the signature. And then add the […]

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