Join Gini von Courter for an in-depth discussion in this video Understanding how archiving works for you, part of Outlook 2013: Efficient Email Management.
- As I'm using Microsoft Outlook…and I'm creating items and receiving items,…creating new contacts, new calendar appointments.…Receiving more e-mails, some of them have attachments,…the space that my mailbox is taking up is growing.…In order to manage the space in my mailbox…and on the mail server, what I can do…is I can either delete some items or I can move old items…into some less critical storage,…the back-burner so to speak,…and that is called Archiving.…
If we looked at older versions of Outlook…and some other e-mail programs as well,…you have an Outlook file that's stored on a server…and if you're setting it up in cached mode;…C-A-C-H-E-D, cached mode.…Then that means that locally you have a version of that…and it's stored in an Outlook data file.…So your mail is stored in two places, for most of us.…It's stored on the Exchange Server…and then it's also stored locally.…And if I want to be able to move some of this,…to Archive it, it's really to save space…on the Exchange server because that's the common resource…
AuthorGini von Courter
Find the Outlook 2010 version of this course here.
- Viewing messages by conversation
- Ignoring a conversation
- Tagging messages with flags and categories
- Arranging email by date or by sender
- Creating inbox folders
- Customizing and using categories
- Creating a search folder
- Creating Quick Steps and email rules
Skill Level Beginner
Outlook 2013 Power Shortcutswith Gini von Courter3h 55m Intermediate
1. Reviewing Email
2. Putting Views to Work
3. Getting Organized with Folders, Search, and Categories
4. Automating Actions with Rules and Quick Steps
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