Join Gini von Courter for an in-depth discussion in this video View or add contact info, part of Outlook 2013: Tips, Tricks, and Shortcuts.
…When you receive an email you can point to the name of whoever the email is from,…or anyone that the email was sent to and…you'll get this nice little peek that provides information about that person.…In this case Mark's free for the next eight hours and…I have information about his job title and the, and the department that he works in.…Other things that I can do rely on integration with other products.…I have Exchange, so I can send an email.…But you may be able to chat with this person, if you have Lync, for example.…You may be able to phone them with Lync or with some other integration tool.…And you may have the ability to send them a fax.…I can click and open up his entire contact, if I wish, or close it.…Now if someone's outside of the organization, I can also right-click, and…I can open their contact card, or edit their contact or…add them to my contacts if I don't have them already.…
So, I routinely get information from the Microsoft online services team.…I can add them to my Outlook contacts.…
AuthorGini von Courter
- Finding a contact in seconds flat
- Reusing text with Quick Parts
- Color-coding emails
- Making use of favorites
- Speed-reading email
- Dealing with junk mail
- Sharing your calendar via email
- Including screenshots
- Changing task start and due dates
- Cloning appointments
- Linking contacts
- Setting up an out-of-office message
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Top Ten Power Shortcuts
2. Organizing Your Inbox
3. Managing Incoming Messages
4. Creating Emails and Replying to Them
5. Creating Special-Use Emails
6. Staying on Task
7. Tips for Calendars, Meetings, and Appointments
8. Working with Contacts
9. Miscellaneous Tips and Tricks
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