Join Gini von Courter for an in-depth discussion in this video Marking messages, part of Outlook 2010: Effective Email Management.
I know a fair number of users who use the read or unread status of a message to…determine whether or not they need to take future action on it.…For example, I have a friend who will read a message and say, I need to do more with that.…The way she tracks that she needs to do something more is she simply marks it as…unread and closes it again.…Most of the users who do this also delete messages or move them out of the Inbox…when they are done with it.…I am going to show you some other ways to mark messages for later follow up.…But it's very helpful to be able to mark messages as read and unread…here in Microsoft Outlook 2010.…
For example, I might click on a message and start to read it and really not have…time to finish reading it, close it, and want to remember 'I really didn't read…this, I just opened it.'…I can right-click on any message, or selected group of messages, and mark…this message as unread.…Another way that I can mark a message as read, besides manually, is simply of…course by opening it.…
AuthorGini von Courter
- Viewing messages by conversation
- Tagging messages with flags and categories
- Understanding flags and the To Do list
- Sorting and filtering email
- Creating a search folder
- Creating QuickSteps and email rules
- Using automatic replies
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Strategies for Reviewing Email
2. Changing Views
3. Getting More Efficient
4. Using Rules and Quick Steps to Process Mail
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