There are many MS Outlook add-ons that mimic functionality that is already built into the application. Though Techhit’s SimplyFile http://www.techhit.com/SimplyFile/ would seem to fall into that category since MS Outlook has a strong rules function and has added the “Move” group in the Home tab, it is actually amazingly useful despite some overlap. SimplyFile is an “intelligent [...]
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In a recent CBA CLE program on Managing Information Overload (CBA members find materials here), I described how the pop-up notification in MS Outlook when new messages arrive can be a distraction. Here is a quick video tutorial on how to turn it off, or change the settings:
The MS Outlook calendar lets users easily add recurring appointments by entering them into the calendar and then adding a frequency by clicking on the “recurrence” button. This works well for events that occur on a regular schedule – daily, weekly, monthly, etc. However, you may find that you need to schedule events that happen [...]