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How To Automatically Mark Messages as Read When Deleted in Outlook?

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When we don’t read an E-mail Message that we have received in Outlook the Title of the Message and the Body that appears in our Inbox are Bold. This means that the Message is Unread. When we Delete this Message without even reading it, it moves into to the Deleted Items Folders. Now, the indication that the Message is Unread, is a Number at the left of the Deleted Items Folders. The Number that appears there, means that we still have that many Messages Unread. For example, if we see the Number 5, it means that Five Messages are Unread in the Deleted Items Folders. Some find this feature annoying and some find it useful. For those who find it annoying, in Outlook we can adjust the settings to Automatically Mark the Messages As Read When We Delete Them. All you need to do is to continue reading the post below.

How To Automatically Mark Messages as Read When Deleted in Outlook

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How To Send 3D Models in an Email Message in Microsoft Outlook?

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3D – (Three-dimensional) Definition: Descriptive of a region of space that has width, height and depth. 3D Models are the next evolution of shapes.

Now in Microsoft Outlook, we can Insert 3D Models in an Email Message. The procedure is quite simple and easy. It’s just like Inserting an ordinary picture in our Message. The only “bad” thing that we must remember is that even though we send someone a 3D Model in an Email, the recipient once the Message is received, they will not be able to edit it. The 3D Models are converted into pictures once we send them. Just keep on reading the post below.

How To Send 3D Models in Microsoft Outlook

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How To Use the Relaxed or Tighter Layout in Microsoft Outlook?

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A new feature that has arrived in Microsoft Outlook is the Tighter Spacing feature. What does this feature do? It lets us decide if we want to use more space between Message Items that arrive in our Inbox, or to use a Tighter Layout with the result of seeing more Messages in our Inbox. To find out how to use the Relaxed or Tighter Layout in Microsoft Outlook just keep on reading the post below.

How To Use Tighter Spacing For Messages in Outlook

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How To Open Other Users Folder in Outlook?

In Outlook, we can manage another person’s Mail and Calendar Items also. There are two ways to work with another person’s Outlook Folders: One way is by Sharing Folders and the other way is to entrust someone to act on your behalf. By sharing a Folder, we let other people to access one or more Folders. This doesn’t mean though, that a person who can access your Folder that can’t reply to Email Messages or respond to meeting requests for you. For this feature to work we must have Outlook for Office 365 for business or another Exchange based Account. If you want to find out How To Open an Other User’s Folder in Outlook, just keep on reading the post below.

How To Open Other User's Folder in Outlook 365

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How To Use Conversation Clean Up Settings in Outlook 365

What is Conversation Clean Up in Outlook? It can reduce the number of messages in our Mail Folder. Unwanted Messages throughout a Conversation are move to the Deleted Items Folder.

What is a Conversation in Outlook? Is a complete set of Email Messages from the first Message throughout all responses, where all the Messages have the same Subject. A Conversation is also known as a Email Thread.

What can it do? It reduces the number of Messages in our Mail Folder.

If you want to find out how to adjust the settings for the Conversation Clean Up in Microsoft Outlook 365 just continue reading the post below.

Conversation Clean Up in Outlook 365

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What Is The Coming Soon Feature in Outlook 365?

As known Microsoft is obsessed about making things better for all us that use Outlook every day, by constantly introducing us with updates that will make our favorite email client even more adorable. This is how the new feature Coming Soon has arrived in Outlook 365. This way we have control of when we try major updates. We have a chance to try, learn about these new features before the changes are released to everyone. To learn more about the feature Coming Soon in Outlook 365 just keep reading the post below.

Coming Soon Feature in Outlook 365

In the image below, I have Microsoft Outlook running. We can see the Ribbon with all the available tabs and commands.

Outlook 365 Ribbon

In the top right corner of the ribbon below, the Minimize, Maximize and Close button, we can see the Coming Soon command. At the right of the command is the On and Off button, so we can use if we want to. What does the Coming Soon command do; We can Learn More About Features That Are Coming Soon And Share Feedback.

Coming Soon Feature in Outlook 365

If we do Want To Learn More, all we need to do is to press on the command, and immediately the Coming Soon task pane appears as shown in the image below. Here we are notified with the following:

“Occasionally, We’ll Release A New Feature In Outlook That Changes The Look, Fell Or Functionality Of Outlook. Coming Soon Gives You A Window Of Time To Try These Changes On Your Own Schedule, Learn About Them, And Share Feedback With Us Before The Changes Are Released To All Customers”

Coming Soon Feature in Outlook 365

If you want to find out more about upcoming updates and news released from Microsoft, just follow the link here.

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Read Aloud feature in Outlook 365

Tired of reading documents, e-mails; Need a break;

Read Aloud is here!  Available now in Outlook 365. In a previous post of mine I had mentioned about the Read Aloud feature available in Microsoft Word. Well, this feature is now available in Microsoft Outlook 365.

Read Aloud E-Mail in Outlook 365

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How To Set Working Hours and Days in Outlook

In Microsoft Outlook, we can set our own Calendar Work Days and Working Hours. By default, in Outlook, the Work Week is set from Monday to Friday, and the Work Day Hours are from 8 A.M. to 5 P.M. Also the Week begins with Sunday. In Outlook though, if we work different Days or Hours, or our Week Day begins with a different Day, we can change all of them and set them to what we prefer. All you need to find out how to accomplish it is to continue reading.

How To Set Working Hours and Days in Outlook 365

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