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Outlook.com is a free web mail service from Microsoft for reading email, managing a calendar, working with contacts, and sharing and storing all your files and photos. Learn to navigate the interface in your favorite browser; send, read, and reply to messages; organize and search your mail; and create appointments and tasks in your calendar. Author Jess Stratton also shows how to build a list of contacts and work with SkyDrive, the Microsoft cloud storage solution.
(MUSIC). Welcome to Outlook.com Essential Training. My name is Jess Stratton. In this course, I'm going to show you everything you need to immediately start taking advantage of everything this complete web package has to offer. I'll show you how to organize your email into folders. Assign categories to all your emails, so you can find it when you need it. Create rules to process your mail automatically. And how to schedule a cleanup to keep your mail file neat and tidy.
I'll show you how to connect Twitter to your Outlook.com account and how to import your existing contacts over. I'll show you how to use the full featured calendar including how to create entries and even subscribe to additional calendars. Finally, I'll show you how to use SkyDrive the cloud storage service including Microsoft Web Apps to edit your files right in the browser. I'll show you all of this and more. So, let's get started right now.
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