Many Outlook desktop options are accessed from the File tab. When someone asks the question "Where is File tab?", it's almost a certainty that they are using Outlook on the web (formerly known as OWA, or Outlook.com) in their browser, not Outlook on the desktop. (A few might be using older versions of Outlook, but it has a File menu, so they would find the menu but not the … [Read more...] about Where is File tab in Outlook?
When you use Outlook 2010 or Outlook 2013, you can configure Outlook to automatically insert signatures. If you have multiple email accounts in Outlook, Outlook inserts the signature assigned to the account. When you select a different account after opening the message, the signature changes with the account selection or you can right click on the signature area and select a … [Read more...] about Using Signatures in Outlook 2010 or 2013
One of the first questions I usually ask when I'm trying to help someone solve a problem with Outlook is What type of email account do you have configured in Outlook? If you don't know the answer, you can look in Outlook's Account Settings. The account type is to the right of the account name. In Outlook 2010 or Outlook 2013, go to File, Account Settings. Accounts … [Read more...] about How to find out what type of email account is configured
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 want to BCC the messages, you need to use VBA or an Outlook add-in. Links to VBA samples and lists of add-ins are listed in More Information.)Open the Manage Rules & Alerts wizard. … [Read more...] about How to CC a copy of every message you send
Today's tip is one that I thought everyone already knew how to do, but today I had questions from two people struggling with moving contacts to Outlook.com (Hotmail), so it looks like I was wrong.If the contacts are in Outlook there is no need to export to a CSV file and import the contacts using Outlook.com online. Install the Outlook Connector or create the account in … [Read more...] about How to move Contacts from Outlook to Outlook.com