Tools and utilities to create usage reports in Outlook.
These utilities are primarily aimed at checking your mail accounts without requiring you to run the full Microsoft Outlook program. Some also provide automatic deletion of unwanted messages from the server, without downloading them first into your mail program. Tools | More Information More Information CNET Downloads -- Many more notification utilities for POP3 accounts
These tools enhance Microsoft Outlook by providing connections to Exchange Server Public Folders, databases and other project and business process management applications. Some help desk applications included.
These utilities speed up the entry and retrieval of information in Microsoft Outlook or add outlining or other note-taking functions to make Outlook act more like a Personal Information Manager (PIM). More Information Implementing David Allen's Workflow Processing Using Microsoft Outlook -- Explains how to use Outlook to enhance personal productivity, making use of built-in
The Find tool (and Advanced Find) searches across folders in a single Personal Folders file or in your Exchange Server mailbox. However, it cannot search subfolders in another user's mailbox or in a public folder. You can get searchable subfolders in a public folder by adding one of the Enterprise Search Tools, which generally rely
Microsoft Outlook and the full Exchange Server client have spell checking built in. Microsoft Exchange Server 2003, Exchange 2007, and Exchange 2010 include spell checking for Outlook Web Access (OWA). Microsoft Office 2007 users are missing spell check dictionaries in Outlook Express. If you use OE and your only option for spelling is French, see