How to install Microsoft Office without installing Outlook. If you aren't going to use Outlook, or are using a different version of Outlook, use a custom install and set Outlook so it's not available.
With the release of Office 2013 and it's emphasis on SkyDrive storage, I've had several people ask about moving their pst file to SkyDrive, DropBox and similar services.
Using Out-of-Office replies with Outlook when you don't use an Exchange server mailbox.
How to share a calendar with others allowing some of the people to see Outlook items marked private, while hiding the private items from others.
How to create a Microsoft Outlook contact group or distribution list to send messages to a group of people.
How to use create a Unified Inbox filter in Outlook 2010 or Outlook 2013 using VBA and a search query. Turn any frequently used search into a macro.
How to disable the unsafe hyperlink warning you receive when opening templates or other files using a hyperlink button or from the Shortcut navigation pane by editing the registry.
Outlook has a lot of cool features that a lot of people want but haven't discovered so I wrote this list of my favorite features that are in all versions of Outlook.
Using Microsoft Outlook 2010 and the jump list feature in Windows 7 and 8 makes it easy to create appointments or new messages while working in other applications. Pin templates and saved drafts to the shortcut so you can use them without bringing Outlook into focus (or open it, if closed) to create a new item.
When you can't see the Favorites list at the top of the navigation pane, you are either in the wrong module or closed the Favorites list.