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Microsoft® Office Outlook® 2013: Part 1 by Lindsay Bachman

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ACTIVITY 4-3: Using Commands to Manage Messages

Scenario

On any given day, you receive many emails in your Inbox. Sometimes, those emails are important and you need to keep track of them, like you did with tags and flags. Other emails aren't as important for you: sometimes you are copied on responses that don't really pertain to you, or emails pile up in your Inbox that are all part of one conversation that could be consolidated. You want to use the Ignore Conversation and Clean Up commands to help manage your email messages. You will use the Ignore Conversation command to ignore a conversation about system training on which you were originally included as a recipient of and no longer need to be a part of. And you will use the Clean Up command ...

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