Outlook Solutions

Anti-Spam suggestions
Tips for Reducing and Managing Junk E-Mail
Attachment Options
Attachment Options is an Outlook 2002 COM add-in that provides a user interface for changing which file types are restricted as Level 1 attachments. Level 1 attachments are hidden by Outlook, and cannot be seen, saved or opened from Outlook items. Moving an attachment extension to Level 2 enables the user to see the attachment and to save it to the file system. The attachment saved to the file system can later be opened by the user.
Auto forward Email to another address
Auto-archiving helps to keep your mailbox size under the suggested limits without discarding mail you may need


Changing Colors in Outlook2002 Calendar
Changing the Number of Days Displayed in Outlook Calendar
Contacts and the Address book
Printing & Merging
Distribution Lists
Address Book Display
Name Resolution
Contact Form
Converting from Eudora to Outlook
PDF File
Copying E-Mail to Your Calendar
Creating Distribution List with Exchange
Creating Outlook Contacts Shortcut
Customizing Outlook2002 Security Settings


Digidash Live
Digital Dashboard, customize Outlook


Email Headers
This document is intended to provide a comprehensive introduction to the behavior of email headers. It is primarily intended to help victims of unsolicited email ("email spam") attempting to determine the real source of the (generally forged) email that plagues them; it should also help in attempts to understand any other forged email. It may also be beneficial to readers interested in a general-purpose introduction to mail transfer on the Internet.
Exchange and Outlook Administrator
Sue Mosher is an independent consultant whose Slipstick Systems Outlook and Exchange Solutions Center (http://www.slipstick.com) serves the Outlook and Exchange Server community.
Eric Miller's User Tips for: Outlook Express


Guide to Outlook Express 5


Having Eudora Pro be the default e-mail program, rather than Exchange


Microsoft Outlook 2000 FAQ
Minimizing Outlook2002 to the System Tray


NewsGator is a "news aggregator" that runs in Microsoft Outlook. It allows you to subscribe to various syndicated news feeds (such as weblogs, news sites, etc.) and have news from these sites be delivered right into your Outlook folders. There are thousands of sites which syndicate their content in RSS format, and many more being added every day.


Outlook Add-in Solutions
Deal with duplicates
Outlook Command Line Switches
Outlook compilation
This download contains over 100 pages of Outlook tips, tricks, and examples taken from 20 TechRepublic and TechProGuild articles.
Outlook Help
Magazine Outlook and Exchange
Also Outlook-Tips Archives
Outlook, more Tips and Tricks
Including Digital Dashboard - Diane Poremsky
Outlook User Guide
Outlook Web Access (OWA)


Tips and Tricks for Outlook, Office applications and Windows
Print Outlook calendar in Word
Customizable Word template for generating and printing Outlook weekly and monthly calendars. Print any Outlook calendar that you have Access to, including calendars from other users' mailboxes and Public Folders. Add color coding by category or by type of item (one-day event, multiple-day event, etc.) Specify time and date formats and the title for the calendar. Freeware.


Recover deleted e-mail


Samples, Forms etc.
These unsupported form samples illustrate some of the tasks you can organize with Microsoft Outlook, especially with Microsoft Exchange Server Public Folders. Not only are they useful in their own right, but they help you learn how to build custom Outlook forms.
Save Embedded Pictures in Their Original Format
Outlook tips
Sending Contacts in Outlook
Spam Primer
Getting Rid of "Spam" ...and Other E-mail Pests by Randy Cassingham

The basics of spam, how they got your address in the first place, and what to do now.


Top 10 Outlook 2000 Support Issues
Turning off the ending = with Exchange


Using Another E-Mail Package when Exchange is Installed
Using Exchange with more than one ISP phone number
Using the Outlook 98 Out of Office Assistant
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