Chapter 17. Coordinating Your Activities with Outlook


Outlook is a communications center that serves you like an executive secretary or assistant, sending and receiving email, maintaining your calendar with appointments and events, and managing your contacts with categories and follow-up (flag) reminders.

Each Outlook component has its own folder in the main Personal Folders structure, and you can add your own folders for sorting messages, handling contacts, or creating extra calendars. You can also use a folder for subscriptions to blogs and websites using Really Simple Syndication (RSS).

Like the other Office applications, Outlook 2010 has ...

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