Finding the inbox


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Finding the inbox

I don't know about you, but if I want to read my mail, I need to take a trip out to my mailbox and pick it up. And if I also have a post office box, I have to make a trip over there as well, to pick up any additional mail. The same concept holds true for Outlook. The easiest way to find your mail is to make sure that you've clicked on the Mail icon in the Navigation bar. From there, there is a couple of places to look for your new mail. The most obvious one is to click on your Inbox. That will show you a list of all your mail. Now you might also need to check and see if you have mail in an additional account.

In this example, Olivia also has a Gmail account, so she needs to periodically check that inbox, as well, for any new incoming messages. Now another place that you might need to check for incoming mail is in your Junk E-Mail folder. Outlook will periodically determine that some of your incoming mail is not the stuff that you want to read and throw it into the Junk E-Mail file, ...

Finding the inbox
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Finding the inbox provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Karen Fredricks as part of the Outlook 2010 Essential Training

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