By default, Outlook always replies to and forwards mail using the account the message arrived on. Most of the time, this is how most of us want Outlook to handle our accounts. But there are times when you might want to send the reply from a different account. We show you how to do this.
You can select contacts in the GAL (using either Shift+ or Ctrl+ to select multiple entries at once) and use File, Add to Contacts to add the GAL entry to your Contacts folder. In newer versions of Outlook this creates a contact with the SMTP address. In older versions of Outlook the Exchange x.400 address
Standalone fax users have many choices today, both in add-ins for Outlook/Exchange and in alternative Internet faxing services. Most of the programs listed here do not work with Outlook 98 or Outlook 2000 in Internet Mail Only mode. The exceptions, WinFax and BitWare, are noted. See Internet Fax for services you can use to send
Using a Windows Server roaming profile with Microsoft Outlook.
Solutions for common issues affecting Microsoft Outlook calendars users.
A distribution list is a group of e-mail addresses, usually grouped under a single e-mail address. When you send to a distribution list, you're really sending to everyone whose address is included in the list. It's much easier than picking 30 different addresses from the Address Book. Outlook 2000 and Later Distribution Lists | Global
A collection of email sending and retrieval add-ins and utilities designed for Microsoft Outlook.
The tools on this page work with Outlook Contacts and allow you to share your contacts online and get automatic updates and corrections. Note that Outlook's Social Connector provider for LinkedIn downloads current contact data for others who are in your LinkedIn connections. It won't update contacts in your Contact folder but adds them to
Where to get help with Outlook and Exchange issues.
The Outlook Calendar Template for Word was designed for the North American short date format (mm/dd/yy). It needs to be modified to work for European users with the dd/mm/yy date format. Many thanks to Roger S., Malmesbury, UK, for providing these notes on how the code for the macros need to be changed. All changes