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How to Toggle Outlook Between Touch and Mouse Mode

If you swap between using a mouse and a touch screen on your Windows 10 computer or you struggle with using a mouse, you can change the Outlook client’s input mode to suit your needs. Here’s how to toggle the input mode at wi…

How To Use Outlook Online’s Snooze Tool

Outlook Online has a Snooze function, just like Gmail. Use it to move items out of your inbox until you’re ready to deal with them and stop your inbox from filling up with emails you don’t need right now….

How to Create a Teams Meeting in Outlook

Now that working from home is the norm, video conferences are becoming the de facto way to meet. Here’s how to create Microsoft Teams meetings directly from within Outlook, without having to book them through the Teams app….

How to Use the Follow Up Option in Outlook

One of Outlook’s most useful and least-understood options is Follow Up, the program’s email reminder tool. If you struggle to remember to answer emails after they’re no longer on the front page of your inbox, this tool is for…

How to Save an Email to Your Hard Drive

Emails normally stay in your email program, but occasionally you might need to keep a copy as an offline backup. Here’s how to save an email to your hard drive so it’s always available and accessible.

How to Read Message Headers in Outlook

Phishing and other email scams are on the rise. One of the best ways to identify scam emails is to examine the email header for detailed information about the sender. Here’s how to do that in Outlook.

How to Quickly Turn Emails Into Tasks

If you’re using OHIO (Only Handle It Once) to triage your email, you probably want to turn some of your emails into tasks. Here’s how to do that quickly and efficiently so you can get on with handling your other emails….
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