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Office 2013 For Dummies by Wallace Wang

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Chapter 14

Managing E-Mail with Outlook

In This Chapter

arrow Configuring e-mail account settings

arrow Creating e-mail

arrow Adding file attachments

arrow Reading e-mail

arrow Deleting e-mail

Microsoft Outlook is the personal organizer portion of Office 2013 for tracking appointments, storing names and addresses of important people, and keeping a list of to-do tasks. However, the most popular uses for Outlook are reading, writing, and organizing your e-mail.

Configuring E-Mail Settings

The first time you run Outlook, you need to configure your e-mail account information. To retrieve e-mail from your account within Outlook, you may need to know the following:

check.png Your name

check.png The username of your e-mail account, which may be JSmith (for Joe Smith)

Your e-mail address (such as JSmith@microsoft.com)

Your e-mail account ...

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