Working offline


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Working offline

Heading out of the office and taking your laptop with you? That's fine with Outlook. It supports working off-line, that is, taking your email with you even if you're not connected to the network. When this happens, Outlook switches to off-line mode automatically. When off-line, you can still do almost everything you normally could. You can read and write and even organize your emails.

You can move around appointments and update your contacts, check off tasks, and do everything else you normally could when you're connected. All the changes you make are stored in Outlook and will synchronize with your Exchange server as soon as you reconnect to the network.

Emails that you've written which were waiting in your Outbox are sent. Likewise, emails that were sent to you while you were gone will appear in your Inbox as soon as you return to online mode. This happens automatically as soon as Outlook sees the network connection. Any updates that you've made to tasks, appointme...

Working offline
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Working offline provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by David Diskin as part of the Outlook 2007 Power Shortcuts

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Business
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