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Microsoft Outlook 2013 Inside Out by Jim Boyce

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Chapter 3. Setting up Accounts in Outlook

How Outlook stores data

Creating and using Outlook profiles

Adding Outlook accounts to a profile

THE previous two chapters provided an overview of what’s new in Microsoft Outlook 2013 and explained the options you have for starting Outlook. The next step is to understand how to add accounts to Outlook so you can begin using it productively. In order to add accounts to Outlook, you need to understand a few basics, including how Outlook stores data, how it stores your accounts and settings, and the types of accounts with which you can use Outlook. This chapter explains these topics.

How Outlook stores data

Like almost every app, Outlook helps you manage data. Outlook’s data consists primarily of email messages, ...

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