Using Ignore and Mailbox Cleanup


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Using Ignore and Mailbox Cleanup

One of the ways to affectively manage your e-mail is to decide when you've been included in a conversation that you really don't need to know anything about. With Outlook 2010, you can ignore a conversation. Sometimes, for example, you might be copied on a conversation that is going just fine without your input. You've asked folks, go ahead and drop me off the list; I don't need to be cced on this anymore. And yet they persist, wanting to make sure that they've copied everybody so that no one is left out of the conversation. For example, here is a conversation with a request for help.

It has nothing to do with us. And this conversation then proceeds to go back and forth. We don't really want to know anything about this conversation. So what we are going to do is we are simply going to on the Home tab in the Delete group choose Ignore. When we ignore a conversation, this conversation, and all future messages about this conversation, are moved directly to the Deleted...

Using Ignore and Mailbox Cleanup
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Using Ignore and Mailbox Cleanup provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Gini Courter as part of the Outlook 2010: Effective Email Management

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Business
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Outlook
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