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Count the Total Number of Incoming Emails Per Day in Outlook 8/14/15
How many emails do you think you receive per day? 100? 200? Curious to know exactly how many emails you are receiving each day ... Well find out using this little tip! 1. In Outlook, right-click the Search Folders under the email account that you want to count the total incoming emails per day. Then click the New Search Folder. New Search Folder in Outlook 2. In the New Search Folder dialog, scroll down to the bottom and then click Create a custom Search Folder under Custom. Then click Choose button. Create a custom Search Folder in Outlook 3. When the Custom Search Folder dialog pops up, Name it and then click the Criteria button. Custom Search Folder 4. In the Search Folder Criteria dialog, under Messages tab, separately select received and Today from the Time drop-down list. Then click OK. Search Folder Criteria 5. When it returns to the Custom Search Folder dialog, click the Browse button. Custom Search Folder 6. In the Select Folder(s) dialog, select the folder you want to count the total emails per day, and uncheck the Search subfolders box. Then click OK button. Select Folder(s) 7. The click OK twice in the following two dialogs. 8. Right-click the new search folder you have just created, then select Properties from the right-click menu. Properties from the right-click menu 9. In the following dialog, check Show total numbers of items box, and then click OK. Total emails per day Properties Now copies of the incoming email messages will be saved to this search folder per day. When a new day comes, the search folder will automatically remove all the old messages and start counting the new days email messages. knowledgeBase-EmailCountDaily-9
See website links in email message 4/28/14
If a blue underlined link shows up in an email message or Word document, you can mouse over it without clicking to see what website it plans to open.
Keyboard Shortcuts for Microsoft Outlook 11/18/14
CTRL + F: Forward an email. Click on the email you wish to forward, press the Control (CTRL) button and the letter F to forward the message. CTRL + Shift + G: Flag message for follow up. Click on the email you wish to set a follow up, press the Control (CTRL) button, the SHIFT button and the letter G to set the follow up. CTRL + Shift + M: Open a new Message. When in your inbox or any email folder (not calendar or tasks), press the Control (CTRL) button, the SHIFT button and the letter M to create a new email message. CTRL + Shift + K: Open a new Task. At any time when in Outlook, press the Control (CTRL) button, the SHIFT button and the letter K to create a new task. CTRL + Shift + A: Open a new Calendar Appointment. At any time when in Outlook, press the Control (CTRL) button, the SHIFT button and the letter A to create a calendar appointment. CTRL + Shift + Q: Open a new Meeting Request. At any time when in Outlook, press the Control (CTRL) button, the SHIFT button and the letter Q to create a new meeting request.
Microsoft Office 365 - Outlook Web Access 7/31/13

Start using Outlook Web App for email and calendars

Office 365 includes Outlook Web App so you can get to your email whenever you are online, even if you are away from your desk or using your mobile phone or tablet. To get to Outlook Web App, sign in to Office 365 by going to [[YOUR MAIL DOMAIN]]. At the top left of the page, click on the Sign In link and use the credentials supplied to you. Once you are logged in, at the top of the page click Outlook, Calendar, or People. In Outlook Web App, you can:
  • Send and receive mail
  • Create appointments and reminders
  • Add Lync meeting information to a meeting invitation
  • Set up Outlook or other email programs to access your Office 365 email, calendar, and contacts
  • And More ...
Click here for additional information on using Outlook Web Access

Getting started in Outlook Web App for Office 365

This article will walk you through the basics for your mail, calendar, and contacts in Office 365. When you use your web browser to view your mail, calendar, and contacts, you’re using Outlook Web App. You may have used Outlook Web App to access your mailbox in the past, or this may be the first time you’ve seen Outlook Web App. Outlook Web App has been updated with a new look, but it still has the features and functionality that you rely on plus several new features. This article will introduce you to Outlook Web App.

Mail Overview

When you open Outlook Web App, the first thing you’ll see is your Inbox. This is where messages sent to you arrive, and this is where you’ll probably spend the most time reading and responding to messages.

Calendar Overview

Your calendar lets you create and track appointments and meetings. You can create multiple calendars, link to other people’s calendars, and even share your calendar with other people in your organization.

People (Contacts) Overview

People is where your personal contacts are stored and where you can view any address books that have been set up for your organization.
Check your calendar without leaving your email 10/26/15
Multi-tasking is now a lot easier with Outlook 2013. There’s no need to leave your email in order to check the calendar for appointments. And to make it even more interesting, you can also take a quick look at your Tasks and Contacts while editing the email. In order to see your calendar, you simply move your cursor over the Calendar at the bottom and a smaller version of it will pop up next to your email. You can click through the various dates to see appointments just the same way as you can open a pop-up Tasks or People window by moving the cursor over these features.
Journal Folder in Microsoft Outlook 1/12/16
Outlook still utilizes that Journal folder, however it is not readily available. Meaning it doesn’t show up in the Navigation Pane as it used to. Journal Folder in Microsoft Outlook To have access to the folder, you can click on the dots next to the Tasks tab in the Navigation Pane and then click on Folders. This opens all folders available, where you should also be able to find the Journal one. Alternatively, you can still use the CTRL+8 keys to gain instant access to the Journal folder.
Create a Custom Email Signature in Outlook 10/26/15
It’s easier than ever to create a personalized signature with Outlook 2013. All you have to do is go to File and choose Options, then Mail and click on the Signatures tab you see to your right. This feature allows you to add as many signatures as you need – you simply click on New to add a name for your new signature and then write down everything you want to be included in the signature: your name, your position, your company, postal address, phone number, etc.
Customize Message Preview in Outlook 11/10/15
Outlook 2013’s default way of displaying a message is by showing only one line under the headline. While you can include settings for this aspect in your inbox view mode, there is also one other way to do it much quicker. Simply go to View – right under the tab you will see Message Preview, where you can scroll down to 1 line, 2 lines of 3 lines. You can also turn this preview off in case you don’t need to see the content of the email before opening it.
Choose when you want an email to be marked as read 11/10/15
You already know that after keeping one email open for a while or moving up and down in your inbox can make certain emails appear as read, while others are still unread. This also changes the color they’re marked with, which can get confusing when you mistakenly marked an email as read, although you didn’t have time to go through it just yet. To avoid such situations, you can go to File, then choose the Options tab and click on Mail. To your right, you will see a Reading Pane checkbox that you should click on to view the various options. You can choose to check and uncheck any of them, as well as change the number of seconds before marking an email as read. Once you’re done customizing, click OK to save your options. Outlook Options Reading Pane
Connect Email Threads in Outlook 8/14/15
To find related emails, without opening the message, right-click on it, and then on the popup menu, click Find Related, then Messages in This Conversation. The Advanced Find dialog box will appear, summarizing all related emails.

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