Microsoft is bringing Outlook to Windows RT tablets and making other changes in hopes of attracting more business customers. Continue reading
Sherry from US (currently South Korea) writes: I use outlook.com (NOT Microsoft outlook) for my email. How can I set outlook.com as my default email client? If I forget and click on an email address in a document or on a webpage, Microsoft Outlook opens – and I don’t want to use it. Continue reading
Taffy from NSW. Australia writes: Why weren’t we told that all Outlook.com emails would be stored on Microsoft computers????? My emails were stopped until I logged into Outlook.com. I felt that this was illegal & therefore I contacted my provider who help me change back. It was only then that I received my emails from 4 days prior! Was this Legal? Continue reading
Mary from Phoenix AZ writes: I have Outlook for my emails. When I get an email with pictures, sometimes the pictures don’t come thru, all I get is a gray box where the picture should be. I’m missing out on alot of pictures because of this. How do I correct this problem? Continue reading
Carol from Wakefield, MA writes: I have Windows 7 Home Premium and I use Outlook now as it was changed from Hotmail awhile back. I keep reading different instructions to do different things and they usually start with … Click on FILE .. That’s where I am lost! There is no tool bar for Outlook.com that I have ever seen. Consequently, I do not have the word FILE in Outlook.com. I guess my question would be..why don’t I have it? Continue reading
Lucille from Ky writes: Have trouble getting my Outlook.com address book. I mean the whole thing. When I want to forward something, it just shows a few. I’ve had quite a few questions about getting to your full Outlook.com address book. Here’s how to do it. Continue reading
C.E. from Mobile, AL writes: How can you get a receipt requested on Email, I know it used to be on the task bar, showing that the email had either been read or deleted without being read. You don’t specify which program you’re using, so I’m offering the instructions for Outlook. Here’s the procedure to get receipts for the more recent versions of Outlook. Continue reading
Using email seems like the easiest way to collaborate with a group. It can, however, be confusing (and potentially embarassing) if you do not effectively use your ‘reply’ and ‘reply all’ function. Learn how to avoid a potentially embarrassing mix-up. Continue reading
Judging from the questions I receive, sending and receiving e-mail can cause a lot of frustration for our readers. One thing that stands in the way of answering questions is not having quite enough information to figure out what’s wrong. When asking a question about your e-mail, here are some things that can help us help you: Continue reading
Microsoft has launched a flat-out attack against Google with their “Scroogled” campaign, designed to point out what the company calls serious flaws in Google’s privacy policies. Previously they’ve attacked Google Shopping and now the target is Gmail. Continue reading
Simplify your life by bringing in your Outlook and Google calendars onto your iPhone in one step! Continue reading
Catch up on your favorite blogs using Outlook’s built-in RSS reader. This nifty trick will show you how to add the blogs and news sites you follow to Outlook, allowing you to get caught up on the news without visiting multiple sites. Continue reading
Karen from the Oaks NSW Australia asks:
I’m running Outlook 2007. I save my incoming email messages to various folders, so that I don’t fill up my Inbox. However, if I move sent messages from my Sent box to these folders, they lose their To Information and just show that they are from me. When I’m looking for
Is there any way to get rid of the vertical lines on the left side of forwarded email?
Removing Blue Vertical Lines in Your Forwarded Outlook and Windows Live E-mail:
Ever try to forward a really funny or thought provoking e-mail, only to have the forward appear horribly mis-formatted due to a bunch of
Benson in Austin TX asks:
I am organizing a class reunion. In the next 3 months, I’ll accumulate at least 200 new email addresses that I’ll use only once or twice. I use Outlook and don’t want it to conflict with my regular personal/business address book? Is there a way to do this?
Henry from Denton, MD asks:
Windows 7 Office 2007, Outlook 2007. Incoming new e-mails do not show up in bold before they are read. How can I reinstate the Bold?
Henry, by default, Outlook displays unread messages with a bold font. However, it appears that your default has changed. No problem. We’ll
Richard from Hudson, Florida asks:
I am using Microsoft Outlook 2003. Sometimes in checking my mail, a red flag would come up on the right side of a message and the page would shake. I tried to shut down Outlook and restart it, no help. I would even reboot and the red flags are still there. I
Dale from OR asks:
I can receive email messages with no problem in Outlook, but all my outgoing email stays in my Outbox and won’t send. Can you help?
Despite possibly being the world’s most ubiquitous e-mail program, Microsoft’s Outlook e-mail client is not without its flaws. Now in its 14th iteration
If you use Outlook for appointments or reminders, I’m sure you’ve seen the Reminders Window on more than one occasion.
(Yes – mine is empty. Must mean that I’m all caught up, right? Yeah, right – I wish…)
Anyway, I know that I’m not the only one who has accidentally closed that thing before I meant to
I have someone I e-mail a lot, and I get tired of opening and closing Outlook. Is there any way to e-mail someone without having to do that?
If you want to e-mail a certain person quickly without opening and closing your e-mail client (such as Gmail or Outlook), there is one way you can do it, and that is by creating an e-mail shortcut for the person on your desktop. It’s easy; here’s how: Continue reading