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Absolute Beginner’s Guide to Microsoft® Office 2003 by Jim Boyce

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Chapter 5. All Your Email in One Handy Spot

In this chapter

  • Learning your way around the Inbox

  • Sending and receiving email messages and attachments

  • Using the Bcc field and other message options

  • Adding email accounts and additional personal folders

  • Adding and changing Outlook profiles

  • Backing up and recovering messages

  • Managing mail folders

  • Blocking junk mail

  • Using rules to process messages automatically

  • Opening another person’s mailbox or folders

Email isn’t the only thing that Outlook can do, but it’s certainly one of the most common uses most people have for Outlook. Outlook 2002 in Office XP included some new features that made Outlook a much better program for email, and Outlook 2003 expands on those features and adds some new ones to make it even better. ...

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