Respond to Meeting Requests in Outlook: Overview This lesson shows you how to respond to meeting requests in Outlook. When you are invited to a meeting in Outlook, the invitation, which is called a “Meeting Request,” appears in the “Inbox” of your Mail folder. To respond to a received meeting request in Outlook,
Reply to an Email in Outlook: Overview To reply to an email in Outlook that you have received, open the “Inbox” mail folder. Then double-click the message to which to reply to open it in a separate “Message” window. Alternatively, single click it in the Inbox pane to show it in the Reading Pane.
Use Search Folders in Outlook: Overview You can use search folders in Outlook to help find messages in your Outlook mail folders that match criteria you set. When you create a search folder, the criteria for which you are searching is saved with the folder itself. Therefore, every time you open the folder, it
Manage Contacts in Outlook: Overview How to Select Contacts in Outlook 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 in Outlook, click once on the contact’s
Overview of the Journal Folder in Outlook You can open the Journal folder in Outlook to record multiple types of interactions. You can record interactions with important contacts here. You can also record when documents or items are created and accessed. It also lets you track many other types of activities. Starting in
Create Folder Shortcuts in Outlook: Overview You can create folder shortcuts in Outlook in the “Shortcuts” group on the Navigation Bar. To create folder shortcuts in Outlook, first click the “Shortcuts” button in the Navigation Bar. Doing this then shows the “Shortcuts” shortcut group in the Folder Pane at the left side of the
Managing Teams and Members in Teams: Overview Managing teams and members in Teams is a straightforward process. Each member in Microsoft Teams is assigned one of three roles. Each role has a specific set of permissions that controls their activity in Teams. The roles are Owners, Members, and Guests. You can assign multiple people