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How to change the calendar color or use conditional formatting rules to highlight appointments starting today to make 'Today" more visible on your Outlook calendar.
How to use PowerShell to bulk change Outlook Contact fields, including the File As and Email display name fields.
Spammers discovered a better way to get your attention: meeting requests. A meeting request spam will add a tentative appointment to your calendar (or an accepted meeting, if you autoaccept appointments) and pop up a reminder to get your attention.
Anyone who has a lot of meetings can understand this user's request: the ability to limit the number of meetings users can schedule with him each day by making Free/Busy appear busy.
When closing and reopening Outlook, options for Mark as Read, Send Immediately, Save sent items and others revert back to the defaults.
Users are starting to see a new app bar in Outlook on the web, on the left size of the window, not at the bottom of the folder list – and it has buttons for the online versions of the Office apps. Office 365 Premium subscribers should be familiar with the app bar in this
After importing IMAP folders to Personal Folders or an Exchange mailbox, messages in the imported folder are hidden.
How to get a count of the messages you have selected in Outlook, using a macro or copy and paste.
How to use a macro to set up an Automatic reply (out of office reply) in Outlook on Windows desktop.
Use an Outlook macro or PowerShell script to bulk delete folders from Outlook.