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Effective Time Management: Using Microsoft® Outlook® to Organize Your Work and Personal Life by Lothar Seiwert and Holger Woeltje

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Chapter 1. How Not to Drown in the Email Flood

IN THIS CHAPTER, YOU WILL

  • Disable new email notification.

  • Create an appointment or a task from an email message.

  • Create a new contact entry for the sender of an email message.

  • Create tasks and appointments from individual parts of a longer email message.

  • Insert multiple email messages into existing tasks and appointments.

  • Set up new folders.

  • Create your own search folders.

“You’ve Got Junk...!”

THESE DAYS, office workers spend an average of two hours per day processing email. Despite the enormous advantages this type of communication provides, many of us consider it a monster that leads to distraction, misunderstanding, stress, and even more problems down the road. You will spend much of your time in Microsoft ...

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