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Learn how to leverage the power of Microsoft Outlook to stay on top of all your important connections. In this course, author Jess Stratton introduces you to navigating your email messages, calendar, and contacts in Outlook 2013. The course begins with a tour of the interface and shows how to connect to a wide variety of mail, social media, and cloud computing accounts, including IMAP and POP accounts, Facebook, LinkedIn, and even RSS feeds. Jess also shows how to quickly create, send, and read email and reduce your inbox clutter; organize, group, and share contacts; and stay on schedule with calendars and tasks.
Our clients, customers, and friends have so many different ways to get in touch with them, there's no way we could be expected to remember each and every phone number and email address. Especially as most people nowadays have more than one. Fortunately with Outlook, we don't have to remember contact information at all. Outlook comes with a built in address book. It works just like a paper address book. I can put it in as much or as little as I want about a contact, including phone numbers, email addresses, physical addresses, and even notes about them. When I save and close a contact, I can then create a new email to that person and then only put in their name.
Outlook finds the contact and puts in their email address for me. Now I can spend my time focusing on other important things. This chapter is all about the address book and I'll teach you how to create contacts and work with them.
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