As in, how to right-click>send to>mail recipient. Bit wordier than that, and with a picture.
Another covering-the-basics tip this week, but again - you'd be amazed how many don't know the difference. You'll see people copy then delete, or cut and paste twice, or copy every time they want to paste... sometimes it's worth spelling things out obviously: ICT Tip 064 - Cut, Copy & Paste.doc
A very general tip this time out, though I suspect it will still be news to a few people you work with ICT Tip 063 - Home, End, Page Up & Page Down.doc
This may or may not be relevant for your environment, but if it is, it's only ever a help for your users to know how to use the feature. ICT Tip 062 - Previous Versions.doc
Another email tip this week, because there's so much people don't seem to know. ICT Tip 061 - Related Messages in Outlook.doc
So after a bit of a break to let me build up a buffer between work and here again (as not every tip I send out round school is relevant to everyone, so some get skipped), regular service can resume.
Picking up from the last proper tip, ICT Tip #59 - Searching Emails (Outlook 2010) - Blogs - EduGeek.net, this week is ICT Tip 060 - Searching Webmail.doc. This is based on the Webmail service of Exchange 2007, so may not be relevant to everyone, but you might get some mileage out of it.
We already covered tip #57 back in the summer and #58 was only interanlly relevant, so on to #59 we go - ICT Tip 059 - Searching Emails.doc. Based on Outlook 2010, but should be good for 2007 and 2013 as well.
So this is a pretty dull tip, but you'd be amazed how few people know this stuff.
Using Control and/or Shift to select multiple items at once: ICT Tip 056 - Selecting Multiple Items.doc
Warning: distribution of this week's tip may result in an increase in Comic Sans MS in your inbox. Use with caution. ICT Tip 055 - Email Signatures.doc
(written for Outlook 2010)
(I am also happy to see that EG does not have Comic Sans MS as an option for posts )
Continued from last time, some more on Out of Office, but as done through Exchange 2007's webmail service: ICT Tip 054 - Using Webmail to set up Out of Office.doc
It's probably accurate for Exchange 2003 and Exchange 2010 as well, bar a few screenshot changes.