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How to Enable Dark Mode in Microsoft Outlook

Tired of seeing the same, bright Outlook interface on your devices? If so, turn on dark mode and get a dark emailing experience in your favorite email client. We’ll show you how to do that in Outlook on desktop, mobile, and w…

How to Use Microsoft Outlook as an RSS Feed Reader

RSS feeds are great for getting alerted to new articles on your favorite sites. But your personal time shouldn’t be taken up with reading work articles. Split your professional and personal subscriptions by adding work feeds …

How to Create a Poll In Microsoft Outlook

Need to quickly get feedback or answers to a question? Microsoft has added a quick poll feature, powered by Microsoft Forms, to both the Outlook client and Outlook Online. Here’s how it works.

How to Use Microsoft Outlook Online’s File View

Searching through emails for attachments can be time-consuming and annoying. Thankfully, Microsoft has a “File” view in Outlook Online that makes it easy to find any document you’re looking for. Here’s how it works….

How to Open a PST File in Microsoft Outlook

If you want to retrieve a single email from a backup file, importing that whole file of emails into Outlook is time-consuming overkill. Here’s how to open a PST file in Microsoft Outlook and browse the contents, no importing …

How to Use vCalendar Files in Outlook

Microsoft Outlook uses vCalendar files to exchange information about meetings and appointments with others in your home or organization. With vCalendar files, you can easily schedule appointments with others even if they’re…

How to Use the vCard Feature in Outlook

A vCard is a virtual business card that you can attach to emails in Outlook (or elsewhere) and send digitally. Here’s how to create a vCard, send one, or import one in both Outlook and Gmail.
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