David's Rule of Email Organization


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David's Rule of Email Organization

Tired of a cluttered Inbox? Does it take forever to find what you're looking for, amidst all the Junk mail and old messages? Are you forgetting important e-mails because they're buried among the trivial ones? Then you're not following my Rule of E-mail Organization. You see, your Outlook Inbox is just like the physical inbox on your desk. When you finish something that was in your physical inbox, what do you do with it? You likely file it or toss it. You rarely put it back into the box, unless you need to work on it later. You should treat your Outlook Inbox the same way, and that's my Rule of E-mail Organization.

Your Outlook Inbox should only contain messages that you have not read, need to act on, or where follow-up is necessary. Contrary to common practice, the Inbox is not a repository for every single e-mail you've ever received. If you've got more than 50 messages in your Inbox, you might want to reconsider how you're treating it. When a message comes in, ...

David's Rule of Email Organization
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David's Rule of Email Organization provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by David Diskin as part of the Outlook 2010 Power Shortcuts

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Business
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