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Microsoft® Office Outlook® 2007 Plain & Simple by Jim Boyce

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Exploring Outlook’s Folders

Outlook includes several folders that contain different types of data. Incoming messages are placed in the Inbox, and outgoing messages are placed in the Outbox. The Drafts folder holds messages that you are working on, and the Sent Items folder keeps a copy of messages you send. You can use the Contacts folder to store contact information and the Calendar folder to store your schedule. The Navigation Pane and the Folder list give you quick access to your folders.

Using the Navigation Pane

  1. Click the Mail icon to open the Inbox folder.

  2. Click either Personal Folders or Mailbox (depending on the type of account you have) ...

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