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In Outlook 2010 New Features, Karen Fredricks demonstrates the new and upgraded features in Outlook 2010. This course teaches how to create Quick Steps to automate commonly performed tasks, find email faster with enhanced search, and connect to social networking sites such as LinkedIn directly within Outlook.
I saw a cute sign once. that said, simply, "And then I hit Reply to All." We've all been there, and unfortunately, once the message goes out to a group of people it's almost impossible to get it back again. Or maybe you've sent out a message but forgot to add a Subject line. Rest assured that Microsoft has your back and will try to prevent you from accidentally sending a group e-mail or a message without a Subject line. All right, we're going to pretend that I want to send a message out to my friend Glenda, and I'm really excited about seeing her on Saturday. You know the drill. I click the New E-mail message, and I start filling in Glenda's contact information, and I fill in my message itself.
And in my haste and excitement, I go to send off this message, not realizing I'd forgotten to include a Subject line. Microsoft stops me and says, hey wait a minute. Did do you want to send this message without a Subject? At this point, I have two options: I can either send the message anyway, or I can click Don't Send. In this case, I'd like to add a Subject, so I click Don't Send, and I fill in my Subject. Now when I go to send this message, off it goes. Outlook will give you a similar message when you click Reply to All or send to a large group of contacts.
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