You can work offline when you want to work without being connected to your mail server.
- [Instructor] There are times that I'm working…that I do not want Outlook to…continually reference the server.…For example, I might be doing a mail merge…with Microsoft Word and I don't want the messages…that I create to automatically be sent out.…Or I'm on a train and the connectivity comes and goes…and each time I disconnect a little bit,…then it slows me down.…If I want to simply work offline, whatever my reason,…it's so easy to do this.…Simply go to tools and here's the online, offline toggle.…
If I work offline, notice down here…in the status bar, working offline.…It tells me the last time I was online…that I synchronized right here.…When I'm ready to come back online,…I simply come back online.…Notice now the status says it's connected…and it's checking to make sure first that this folder's…up to date and then that all folders are up to date.…
AuthorGini von Courter
- Finding a contact in seconds flat
- Decluttering your inbox
- Creating text shortcuts with AutoCorrect
- Power searching in mail and calendar
- Dealing with junk mail
- Setting up out-of-office replies
- Saving a search for reuse
- Creating recurring appointments and tasks
- Backing up Outlook data with Time Machine
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Top 10 Shortcuts
2. Shortcuts for Organizing Email
3. Shortcuts for Sending and Replying
4. Shortcuts for the Calendar
5. Shortcuts for Contacts
6. Shortcuts for Tasks
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