Creating,sending, receiving e-mail, scheduling calendar items, tasks, using the journal, recurring appointments, default settings, Including Office 2007.
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I use Outlook 2002XP, 2003 and 2007, not Outlook Express, no VB. If your Outlook is installed on a network, many of the settings are determined by the network administrator. I have come to depend on Outlook, for all my e-mail and scheduling. Using the task/to do reminders has been a valuable tool.
Just keep up with the new releases.
You can have several calendars at one time. Calendars can be exported as a web page.
I don't believe Microsoft Outlook and Outlook Express should both be used at the same time on the same computer.
Nicholas - If I understand correctly you have changed your service provider for your email from ATT to Optimum. Email does go to the service provider first and email is available online through webmail
Gabe, I am not familiar with using Thunderbird. I would check out the following. http://email.about.com/od/mozillathunderbirdtips/qt/et_default_font.htm If this does not answer your question than
Larry - you will want to review Gmail's capabilities on importing. You can check the following... http://support.google.com/mail/?hl=en Click on the Getting Started - Switching to Gmail link. This
Paul, I am not really clear on what you want to do. Do you want to separate incoming emails or contacts? Do you have more than one email address and you want to have them come into separate folders?
Larry - I do not see what version of Outlook you are using . The following applies to 2003 You can create a New Rule that will reply using a template (which you would create and SAVE AS a template