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 offline-- that is, taking your e-mail with you, even though you're not connected to the network. In this condition, Outlook switches to Offline mode automatically. Outlook shows us quite clearly when we are in Offline mode. If you look at the Outlook icon in the Windows 7 taskbar, you will see a large red X. It also shows us here in the status bar that we are working offline. From the Send and Receive tab in the Ribbon, you will see that there is a Work Offline button that you can also manually choose to enable.

When you are working offline, you can still do almost everything that you normally could. You can read and write and even organize your e-mails. You can move around appointments and update contacts, check off tasks, and do everything else that you normally can while connected. All of the changes you make are stored in Outlook and will synchronize with your exchange ser...

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 2010 Power Shortcuts

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Business
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