Help and How to articles for beginner to advanced Microsoft Outlook users and Administrators.
The basic features are available in Outlook 2013 RT: you can connect to multiple Exchange servers, EAS, POP3, or IMAP accounts, send email, use the calendar and contacts, but you can't use macros or install add-ins.
A problem plaguing some users affects meeting requests: they won’t leave the Outbox. Email sends just fine, but meeting requests are stuck in the Outbox.
Use the Google Sync utility to sync a Gmail calendar with an Outlook calendar.
The Office 2011 for Mac update includes some fixes for Outlook. My favorite is Outlook 2011 now asks if you want to return read receipts when you use an Exchange server email account.
After the latest round of Office 2013 updates, some IMAP users are reporting their Inbox is not listed in their profile, is empty, or their IMAP accounts aren't syncing.
The order of the folders in Outlook 2013's Favorites list keeps changing.
With two "versions" of Office available, click-to-run or MSI, many users are confused when the monthly updates are released but won't install on their computer.
How to uninstall Office 2013 updates when you are using click-to-run installations such as Office 2013 Home Premium or Home and Business.
Outlook creates a new folder called "Junk" and moves internal mail to the Junk folder. There are no rules. When the mail is moved back to the Inbox, it goes back to the Junk folder.
After installing Office 2010 SP2 (or an earlier update), Outlook 2010 users may receive Event ID 27, "Calendar Folder property is missing" warnings in the Event viewer's Application log. While annoying, it's not harmful and should only be generated when Outlook is first started, one event for each calendar in the profile.