How To Change The Read Receipt Settings In Outlook.com

A read receipt when enabled by the sender confirms that your email has been read, provided that the recipient allows the read receipt to be sent and that the email program or the service supports this feature. In Outlook.com, this feature is present and enabled by default. It can however be turned off if needed. Here is how: Login to the web version of Outlook.com and click on the gear icon from the...

How To Publish A Calendar In Outlook.com

Outlook.com has a calendar feature by which you can publish your calendar in a read-only mode using a web link or as an ICS file. It can then be viewed by anyone using a browser. Here is how to use it: Login to Outlook.com and click on the gear icon. Then choose View all Outlook settings. From the Settings section, go to Calendar > Shared calendars. Under the Publish a calendar section, select...

Use Message Surface Actions In Outlook.com For Filtering Emails

Email messages in Outlook.com can be blocked, added to the safe sender’s list, be moved to the junk folder, or be marked as phishing messages directly from the inbox. These options are not enabled by default though, and so they need to be enabled through the Message surface actions. Here is how: Login to Outlook.com and click on the gear icon. Then, click on View all Outlook settings. Choose...

How To Use The Microsoft Outlook Add-on For Edge Browser

Microsoft Edge has an official add-on for Outlook by which you can directly check for emails and schedule events without opening Outlook.com in a new tab. Download and install it from the Edge Add-ons page here. After it is added, initially the add-on icon would be grayed out. Click on it and log in with your Outlook.com credentials. It will display the Outlook inbox as a drop-down. To compose...

5 Useful Outlook.com Features That You Should Know

Outlook.com has some useful features that make using email easier and much more convenient. Here are five such features: Scheduling emails: Send emails at a later date and time by scheduling them. It is useful when you don’t want to send messages right away and hold off at a later point in time. Use the Send later feature for doing this. Here is how to do that. Undo send: Outlook.com has...

How To Automatically Change The Text Case In Outlook.com

When composing messages in Outlook.com, the text case can be automatically changed. So you can change the message text to automatically appear in all capitals, only the first word as capital, all lower case, and the regular sentence case. Here is how: Login to Outlook.com and click on the New message button to begin typing a new message. You can then type the message draft in all lower cases without...