Attention Outlook Connector users: before upgrading to Outlook 2013, make sure you export Tasks, Notes, and any other folder labeled "(This Computer only)" from your data file.
If you don't know what type of email account is configured in Outlook, it's easy to check the profile to find out.
Unlike many smartphones, Outlook does not include an option to automatically CC an address on every message you send, however, you can do this easily using an After Sending rule.
If you are thinking about buying Office 2010, it's well worth it to wait until October 19 2012 so you can take advantage of a free 1 year subscription to Office 365.
If you have contacts in Outlook and want them in Hotmail, there is no need to export to a CSV file and import the contacts using Hotmail online.
How to change the settings to allow Outlook to always download pictures when you read an email message (and why it may not be not a good idea to download images by default.)
We often tell users how to edit the registry but don't always say how to do this. We do this in part because the registry is the nerve center of the computer and one wrong edit can render it "useless". We assume that if someone knows how to edit the registry, they also know...
How to fix error: Cannot open your default e-mail folders. Cannot access file, You do not have the permission required to access the file
We get a lot of questions about the Location dialog that comes up the first time you enter a phone number in contacts. This is the Windows Phone & Modem dialog and you need to enter your telephone area code and save it before you can enter phone numbers for contacts. Yes, even if...
We get a lot of questions from users who downloaded the Office 2010 Pro trial. They say all of the applications were included except Outlook, which of course, was the reason they even tried it. Outlook is included in the trial, but it won't always install if an older version of Outlook is installed...