"Outlook" category, page 2

Mail Merge in Outlook - send personalized bulk email

Whenever you need to send personalized emails to multiple recipients, mail merge is a real time-saver. It works great for sending out business updates, season's greetings, and the like, so that every recipient gets a personal email with their own information, without knowing who else this message has been sent to. Continue reading

How to share files securely with OneDrive

There are a few different ways to share documents on OneDrive, and you may be asking yourself which is the best one. For the most part, the answer depends on the situation and your ultimate goals. But I can show you the most secure way. Continue reading

How to share OneDrive files and folders

Like most other online storages, OneDrive was designed with collaboration in mind, and they strived to make the sharing process easy and intuitive. However, there are some caveats to take notice of, especially when adding and syncing shared files to your computer. Continue reading

How to create a meeting template in Outlook

An engaging and informative invitation is an important part of running a successful meeting, and a well-crafted template can save you enormous time on the job. This article looks at how to quickly create meeting templates in Outlook, preset any fields, add input boxes, drop-down menus, and more! Continue reading

Outlook Quick Steps: how to create and use

When doing the same things day in and day out, most irritating is the necessary do it from scratch every time. What would you say if instead of tedious multi-step processes you could accomplish your email routines with a button click? It is what Outlook Quick Steps are all about. Continue reading

How to export and import contacts between Outlook and Google Gmail

Switching between Microsoft Outlook and Google Gmail is a very common trend these days. Some people are migrating from a desktop-oriented Outlook app to a cloud-based Gmail while others are using different email clients for their personal and business communication. Luckily, both Outlook and Gmail make it possible to transfer all your contacts in one go. Continue reading

How to export contacts from Outlook

Whether you are migrating to another email service or making a regular backup of your data, it is crucial to transfer all contact details without any fail. This tutorial will teach you a few easy ways to export Outlook contacts into a .csv or .pst file, so that you could later import them anywhere you need. Continue reading

How to share Outlook calendar with Google

Sharing something between two different applications is often far more complicated than it needs to be, especially when it comes to Microsoft Outlook and Google Gmail, the two most prevalent mail and calendar apps used today. This tutorial will teach you 3 easy ways to share Outlook calendar with Google without using any extensions, plug-ins or third-party tools. Continue reading

How to share Outlook calendar

Want to let your colleagues, friends and family members know what's on your schedule so they can see your free times? The easiest way is to share your Outlook calendar with them. Depending on whether you use a locally installed desktop app or Outlook Online, an Exchange Server account within your organization or a private POP3 / IMAP account at home, different options will be available to you. Continue reading

Schedule email sending and delay delivery in Outlook

Does it often happen to you that you send an email and a moment later you wish you hadn't? Perhaps you clicked Reply All instead of Reply, or accidentally sent sensitive information to a wrong person, or just realized that your angry response was a bad idea and you need to cool down. Continue reading

How to recall email message in Outlook and Gmail

A hasty click of the mouse can happen to the best of us. So, the Send button is hit, your email is on its way to the recipient, and you are cringing at the thought of what it may cost you. Before you start weighing the consequences and composing an apology notice, why not try to retrieve the erroneous message? Continue reading