How to use the Post in This Folder feature in Outlook

Posted on: 14 December, 2015    Posted by: Kevin    Tags: ,

Have you ever found yourself having a conversation with someone via email, sending email back and forth for several days surrounding a single topic or project and then had to pick up the phone to verbally discuss the same subject to confirm/clarify some finer details? Or simply had to attend an in-person meeting to discuss…

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How to recover unsaved Documents, Workbooks, or Presentations in Word, Excel or Powerpoint

Posted on: 12 December, 2015    Posted by: Kevin    Tags: ,

IMPORTANT: Even though Office provides these AutoRecovery/AutoSave features, the Save button is still your best friend. To be sure you don’t lose your latest work, don’t forget to periodically click Save or press CTRL+S. Ever had just one of them days where you’ve spent hours working on a document or workbook, only to have Windows…

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Setup or Restore the Unread Mail Folder in Outlook

Posted on: 8 December, 2015    Posted by: Kevin    Tags: ,

Never miss an email again with the Unread Mail folder. The Unread Mail folder is one of Outlook’s many default Search Folders and by far one of the most useful. It creates a single folder within your mailbox that dynamically fetches and displays all unread email within a mailbox in a single centralized location: Whilst this may…

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How to Identify a Fake and Malicious email

Posted on: 23 September, 2015    Posted by: Kevin    Tags: 

Unfortunately sometimes there are new viruses or simply new iterations of an existing virus which have the ability to initially bypass anti-virus applications for a finite period of time. In these instances, the only way of prevention is through caution and the effective identification of suspicious items. The most popular way of spreading malicious content…

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Outlook fails to send Mail after Windows 10 Upgrade

Posted on: 4 September, 2015    Posted by: Kevin    Tags: 

So you’ve just performed the Windows 10 Upgrade and everything’s looking good. The operating system appears to be functioning fine and all your applications and data appear to have migrated over just fine – hallelujah, time to get back to work and enjoy all the productivity benefits Windows 10 has to offer. You open up Outlook to…

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