Create a Contact Group in Outlook: Overview You can create a contact group in Outlook to email several contacts at once. Contact groups are handy for sending emails only to a selected group of people in your contacts folder. Therefore, before you can create a contact group in Outlook, you must create the individual
Recover Deleted Items in Outlook: Overview You can recover deleted items in Outlook to restore items accidentally deleted from other Outlook folders. To recover deleted items in Outlook, click the items to restore within the “Deleted Items” folder to select them. To make multiple selections, hold down the “Ctrl” key on your keyboard. Then
Respond to Meeting Requests in Outlook: Overview This lesson shows you how to respond to meeting requests in Outlook. When you receive a “Meeting Request,” it is important to know how to respond to it. Meeting requests appear in the “Inbox” of your “Mail” folder in Outlook, as they are essentially an email
Forward a Message in Outlook: Overview When you forward a message in Outlook, you send a copy of a message you received to another recipient. This is a useful way to send email you received to other people. When you forward an email, you send a copy of that email to a new recipient.
How to Recall a Message in Outlook: Overview You can attempt to recall a message in Outlook. You do this after you send a message to someone and then want to delete it. Alternatively, you can also attempt to delete it and replace it with another message. You can attempt to recall a
Reply to an Email in Outlook: Overview To reply to an email in Outlook that you have received, select the message. Then double-click it to open it in a stand-alone window. Alternatively, single-click the email in the Inbox pane to open it in the Reading Pane. If the message is open in the
Use Search Folders in Outlook: Overview This lesson shows how to use search folders in Outlook to organize mail. Many efficiency studies show using search folders to organize mail is more quick and efficient that using subfolders. When you use search folders in Outlook, you do not create subfolders. All mail is collected within
Manage Contacts in Outlook: Overview This lesson shows you how to manage contacts in Outlook. The first activity you must learn to manage contacts in Outlook is how to select contacts. To select a single contact when viewing the Contacts folder, click the contact’s entry in the Contacts folder. The entry is then highlighted