Jan 31st, 2012 · Comments Off on How To Optimize Image Attachments Before Sending Using Outlook 2010
When sending images through Outlook, it is a good idea to keep them small in size so as to prevent the inbox of recipient from clogging or the email getting bounced from the server if the message exceeds the maximum permissible size. Besides this, sending large sized images can take time to be downloaded by the recipient and may be impractical depending upon the overall network bandwidth or location.
Jan 18th, 2012 · Comments Off on How To Turn Off Marking Messages As Automatically Read In Outlook 2010
Outlook 2010 by default waits a few seconds before marking an email message /items as read when the selection is on that specific item. This can be a bit confusing when you haven’t really read a message fully or opened that item but just skimmed the subject and yet still is marked as read.
To avoid this and marking the new emails/items as read only when the selection changes from them to the...
Jan 10th, 2012 · Comments Off on How To Configure Outlook 2010 To Empty Deleted Items Folder On Exit
Deleted items in Microsoft Outlook Â that are stored in “Deleted Items Folder” start to pile up and take space after a while.
In order to remove them permanently everytime Outlook is closed :
1. Open Outlook 2010 and go to File > Options.
2. Select “Advanced” tab andÂ in the “Outlook start and exit” section,Â enable the tick mark next to “Empty Deleted...
The signature feature in Outlook 2010 can be used to create custom signatures like those having social media icons or brand logos.
Here is how to make a signature which consists of social media icons and by clicking on them opens relevant social media links:
1. Open Outlook 2010 and create a new email message. From there, click on Signature > Signatures.
2. This will be used for making a new signature...