"Outlook Tips" category, page 3

Out of office reply in Outlook without Exchange, vacation autoresponse for Gmail and Outlook.com

In my previous article I explained how you can set up out of office auto reply for Outlook Exchange accounts. Today I'm going to show you how you can set up your vacation auto-responder in Outlook accounts without Exchange as well as in Gmail and Outlook.com accounts. Continue reading

Set up out of office auto reply in Outlook (with an Exchange account )

This article will show you how to set up out of office auto reply in Outlook 2019, 2016, 2013 and Outlook 2010 with an Exchange server. If you are not sure which email account type you use, you will learn how to quickly find this out. Continue reading

How to export Outlook contacts to Excel 2016, 2013 or 2010

In this article I will show how you can quickly export contacts from Outlook 2013, 2010, 2007 and 2003 to an Excel spreadsheet. First I will explain how to use the build-in Outlook Import / Export function, and after that we will create a custom contacts view and copy / paste it to an Excel file. Continue reading

"Outlook Not Responding" error - working solutions for hanging, freezing and crashing problems

This article explains how to resolve problems with Outlook hanging, freezing or crashing. Our 9 working solutions will help you fix the "Outlook Not Responding" issue and bring your Outlook back to life Continue reading

How to view Outlook Email Headers (internet headers)

Microsoft hid one really handy and essential feature – the possibility to view message headers. The truth is that it contains a lot of information for you to retrieve... Continue reading

Sharing an Outlook Calendar

My life seems to only be organized when it comes to my Outlook Calendar, and thank goodness for this small piece of Outlook that helps me keep my life in balance. My entire office has access to each other's calendars making meeting scheduling a breeze, when the external Board I serve on needs to know when a good time is, I simply email them my next month and let them pencil themselves in... Continue reading

Customize your Outlook Calendar so that it's all about YOU!

Have you ever opened Outlook and suddenly felt... bored? Bored with the look and feel that you get with its presets? You don't have to feel like that anymore! There is a way to customize your Outlook so it works the way YOU want it to work. How...? Well I'm glad you asked :-)... Continue reading

Bring classic toolbar back to Office 2010, 2007

If you use Microsoft Office 2007/2010 and you are still not used to the new interface, or the Ribbon is the only reason that stops you from upgrading, here are several suggestions how to integrate the old and the new and get familiar command bars in Office 2007-2010... Continue reading

Managing Outlook Auto-Complete to your advantage

Don't you like it when you start typing the recipient's name and Outlook already knows who you want to put in there? Learn how to easily turn the AutoComplete list on and off, delete certain addresses or clear them all and have the same list pop up on your different PCs. Once you understand what you are working with you’ll find yourself using Outlook much more efficiently… Continue reading

Using Quick Parts in Microsoft Outlook 2016, 2013, 2010

How often did multiple emails contain the same information? This information could have been directions, privacy policies, answers to frequently asked questions… you get the idea. The Microsoft Office Quick Parts function allows you to build in saved auto text or images into your emails that you can easily access and use with just a few clicks... Continue reading

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