Media praise for Outlook 2000 in a Nutshell

"Most people know Microsoft Outlook as an e-mail client vaguely related to Outlook Express, which appeared when they last upgraded Windows. Outlook does work wonderfully for e-mail, but, unfortunately, few know about its other abilities. Outlook 2000 in a Nutshell aims to correct this sad state of affairs by acquainting the reader with this suite's many features, and providing several convenient ways to use the excellent Personal Information Manager (PIM)." --Wilf Hey,

"Excellent!..If you have worked with Outlook and are feeling confused but not totally discouraged, this book may give you the encouragement and well- organized information you need to go forward." --The Executary, April 2001

I would recommend this book for anyone who is learning how to use Outlook and has the need to become proficient in its use." --Howard Lewis, Midland Computer Club, January 2001

"jam packed with of the many fine technical books published by O'Reilly. If you want to discover and understand what Outlook 2000 is really about, get Outlook 2000 in a Nutshell." --Tim Postlewaite, Cache Jan 2001

"NOT-SO-EASY E-MAIL: E-mail would seem to be one of life's simple pleasures. But based on letters we get, it also causes more than its share of technical headaches for users. Outlook 2000 in a Nutshell (O'Reilly, $29.95) by Tom Syroid and Bo Leuf explains Microsoft's e-mail program, which Syroid describes as having more than its share of quirks and nuances." --DAVE GUSSOW, St. Petersburg Times, 1/7/2001

"An excellent book" --Dr. Chet Suske, Kennebec Valley Computer Society, Spet 2000

"With all of this functionality, Outlook can be an intimidating program. That is where Outlook 2000 in a Nutshell (suggested retail price - $24.95) comes in! The book details each module, each menu, and each icon, to show you how you can accomplish your business tasks easily and quickly. In addition there are over 175 tips to help increase your productivity in using Outlook. The book is written in an easy-to-understand manner and can be read cover-to-cover or only the topics of interest. I would recommend this book for anyone who is learning how to use Outlook and has the need to become proficient in its use." --Howard Lewis, Midland Computer Society, Sept 2000

"It became aparent that Outlook 2000 was a program that requires either a very good memory or a good reference such as Outlook 2000 In A Nutshell...a very well done and well organized reference book. If you think you want to use Outlook 2000 then Outlook 2000 In A Nutshell is a must." --Jim Geiser, SW Indiana PC Users Group, Nov 2000

"It is an excellent book, that appears quite complete, clearly readable, and organized in such a manner as to readily find the information or answers you need." --Dr. Chet Suske, Kennebec Valley Computer Society, Sept 2000

"Once again, O'Reilly has an aid for Windows users. Outlook 2000 In A Nutshell, Power User's Quick Reference ($24.95 softcover) by Tom Syroid and Bo Leuf tackles this widely used but incredibly complex e-mail program." --Greg Langley, Baton Rouge Advocate, Oct 22, 2000

"...captures the essence of the program and presents it in such a manner that after reading the first few chapters, you begin to marvel at all the goodies in Outlook 2000 that thus far escaped your knowledgeFor those of you who possess Outlook 2000, but have never taken advantage of all its features, may I suggest that "Outlook 200 in a Nutshell" would satisfy all your intellectual curiosity." --Frank J. Lityski, Bits and Bytes, Sept. 2000

"Nutshell books contain tons of carefully organized details, but they usually focus on programming languages or obscure network utilities. Outlook 2000 in a Nutshell, however, contains the same kind of information about an application you may use every day. Power users--people who use Outlook 2000 a lot and aren't afraid to muck around with its many customizable features--will flock to this book. Without making you do much with Visual Basic for Applications (though they introduce you to that language), the authors show you how to manage mail, schedule your time, and otherwise collaborate with your co-workers in a way that maximizes your productivity." --David Wall and Teri Kieffer,, June 2000