You can put a shortcut to Outlook (or any other program) on your desktop. From the Start menu, click and drag the program to your desktop.
Click New Email in the upper left-hand corner of Outlook Mail. In the email message, double-click the To: button. In the Search field, start typing the name of the person you’re looking for.
Double-click the name to select it. Alternatively, type the person’s name in the To: field and then click the Check Names button.
Note: after the first time you email someone, his/her name will show up automatically when you begin to type it.
A semi-colon (not a comma) is the default name separator.
In the upper left-hand corner of Outlook, click New Items > More Items > Contact Group. Click Add Members > From Address Book. Type the first part of the recipient’s name in the Search field. When you locate the correct name in the Address Book, double-click it. Click OK when all names have been entered. Enter a name for the group and click Save.
If you have never sent an email to the group before, you can find it in the contacts list by double-clicking the To: field. When you start typing the name of the group, it will appear in the list just as an individual name does. Double-click to select it. After the first time you send an email to the group, it will appear automatically in the To: field when you start to type it.
You can retract a message sent to an address within the district if it has not been read. To do so, go to your Sent folder and double-click the email you wish to retract. On the Ribbon of that email, select Actions > Recall This Message.
Yes! Click File > Options > Mail. Scroll down to the Desktop Alert Settings area. Check the box next to any or all of the four notification options you would like to use.
Click File and then the Automatic Replies button. Click the radio button next to Send automatic replies and check the box to indicate a specific date range. Select the appropriate dates from the drop-down options. Type your out of office message and click Save.