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  • Email Enhancements MS Outlook Intermediate

    1. 1. ® ®Microsoft Outlook 2010 TrainingE-Mail Enhancements NaveenKumar Namachivayam Founder - testTalk Academy http://naveenkumarn.in
    2. 2. Course contents• Save a Message as a Draft• Mark an Item as Read or Unread• Flag a Message for Follow Up• Recall a Message• Resend a Message• The Rules Wizard• Summary
    3. 3. Save a Message as a Draft• By default, any message that you create, but don’t send, are saved automatically to the Drafts folder. You can return to Outlook later and find the unsent message.• To manually save a draft of a message, do one of the following:• Click Save on the Quick Access Toolbar.• Click the File tab, and then click Save.• To return to a saved draft so that you can continue composing the message, do the following:• In Mail, in the Navigation Pane, click Drafts, and then double-click the message.
    4. 4. Mark an Item as Read or Unread• Select one or more messages that you want to mark as read or unread.• How do I select more than one message?• To select multiple adjacent items, click the first item. Items include e-mail messages, appointments, contacts, tasks, journal entries, notes, posted items, and documents.), and then hold down SHIFT and then click the last item.• To select nonadjacent items, click the first item, and then hold down CTRL and then click additional items.• On the Home tab, in the Tags group, click Unread/Read.• Keyboard shortcut To mark message as read, press CTRL+Q. To mark message as unread, press CTRL+U.• If you mark a message as unread after replying to or forwarding the message, the message symbol continues to appear as an open envelope. However, it is considered unread for sorting, grouping, or filtering.
    5. 5. Flag a Message for Follow Up• Applying a flag to a message or a contact in Microsoft Outlook gives you a visual reminder to follow up on it in some way. You can use flags with default dates, such as Today, Tomorrow, and Next Week, or customize your flags with specific dates.• In an open message, on the Home tab, in the Tags group, click Follow Up, and then click a flag.• In a message list, such as your Inbox, click to the right of the item to set your default flag. For more default date options, right-click on the flag and select from the drop down list.• If you want more options for the due date, you can add a flag with a custom date. • In an open message, on the Home tab, in the Tags group, click Follow Up, and then click Custom. • In a message list, such as your Inbox, right-click , and then select Custom. • In the Start Date and Due Date boxes, select the dates that you want.
    6. 6. Recall a Message• The recall feature in Microsoft Outlook tries to stop delivery and, optionally, replace an email message that you have already sent to another Microsoft Exchange Server user within your organization.• Message recall is available after you click Send and then realize that you forgot to attach a file, include information in the message, or want to revise what was originally sent. You can’t recall messages sent to email addresses outside your organization.
    7. 7. Recall a Message• To recall a message without sending a revised message, do the following:• In Mail, in the Navigation Pane (Navigation Pane: The column on the left side of the Outlook window that includes buttons for the Mail, Calendar, and Tasks views and the folders within each view. Click a folder to show the items in the folder.), click Sent Items.• Open the message that you want to recall.• On the Message tab, in the Move group, click Actions, and then click Recall This Message.• Click Delete unread copies of this message.
    8. 8. Resend a Message• In Mail, in the Navigation Pane click Sent Items.• Double-click the message that you want to resend.• On the Message tab, in the Move group, click Actions, and then click Resend This Message.• A new message window opens. If there are multiple recipients, you can remove recipients who don’t need to receive the message again. Click the names that you want to remove, and then press DELETE.• Tip You can also add recipients who weren’t on the original message, add or remove attachments, and change the contents of the message.• Click Send.
    9. 9. The Rules Wizard• A rule is an action that Microsoft Outlook performs automatically upon incoming or outgoing messages, based on conditions that you have specified. You can create a rule from a template, from a message, or using your own conditions.• Rules fall into one of two categories — organization and notification. Rules don’t operate on messages that have been read, only on those that are unread.
    10. 10. The Rules Wizard• The Rules Wizard includes templates for the most frequently used rules, which include the following:• Stay Organized These rules help you file and follow up on messages. For example, you can create a rule for messages from a specific sender, such as Bobby Moore, with the word "sales" in the Subject line, to be flagged for follow-up, categorized as Sales, and moved to a folder named Bobbys Sales.• Stay Up to Date These rules notify you in some way when you receive a particular message. For example, you can create a rule that automatically sends an alert to your mobile device when you receive a message from a family member.• Start from a blank rule These are rules that you create without the aid of a rule template and that you can completely customize.
    11. 11. Summary•Save a Message as a Draft•Mark an Item as Read or Unread•Flag a Message for Follow Up•Recall a Message•Resend a Message•The Rules Wizard

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