You spend time aplenty in Outlook
. Don't waste it.
Change defaults to what you prefer; use a keyboard shortcut or two; employ filters; make sure Outlook itself runs at maximum speed, and your time in Outlook will be spent well.
Looking for more tips and tricks?
Do faster what you do so often: here's how to set up Outlook so you can file messages with a single click.
Why tolerate email folders and your mind littered with oodles of messages that are quoted elsewhere anyway? Here's how to have Outlook clean up automatically and move or delete redundant emails.
If you want to make sure your Outlook is fast and snappy, keept your main PST file size small — by moving old mail to a separate archive file, for example.
Transfer emails quickly with the power of your keyboard alone in Outlook.
If you wade through too many messages in too many conversations that are irrelevant to you, Outlook can help: here's how to delete an entire conversation and have Outlook remove future emails in the same thread automatically, too.
Are you composing similar messages again and again? Here's how to save one such message as a template now in Outlook and write that much faster — again and again — in the future.
Have you just deleted a message in Outlook that was not (yet) meant to head to the "Deleted Items" folder? No worries! Here's a simple and really fast way to get it back.
Starting with a message, easily set up an Outlook filter that moves all the sender's future emails to a particular folder automatically.
Why are we talking about this right now? How did the discussion get started? What was it that I said? In Outlook, finding all related messages is easy.
Want to find something in a long, unwieldy email? Here's how to search the text in a message in Outlook.