As in, how to right-click>send to>mail recipient. Bit wordier than that, and with a picture.
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.
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.
A bit of a delayed start to the term - it all goes mad in the first week or so - but time to get back up and running with IT Tips.
This week is an educational Public Service Announcement, because no-one seems to know that BCC exists: ICT Tip 049 - To, CC and BCC.doc
Well that didn't take long. Someone's asked for the XP & 2003 tips before I'd even gotten into work this morning, so here you go: XP2003.zip
Included in this little zip file are: Locking Your ComputerChanging Your PasswordZoomingChanging Keyboard LayoutInternet Explorer TabsResizing Pictures in Office (for smaller file sizes)Folders in Outlook
As before, feel free to steal, remix, adapt & share, so long as you don't start
Updated 6th February 2013 at 12:04 PM by sonofsanta
Someone in my school is having a very, very bad day now, having inadvertently emailed a letter of complaint from one staff member about others round to the entire staff body by mistake. Entirely human error, but I can sympathise with the rock-in-the-gut feeling they must be going through right now.
Anyway, because Message Recall is bloody useless and in no way a reliable way of trying to stuff the cat back into the bag, I'm sharing the following code below what I have squeezed out
Right... as part of a corporate branding exercise - I have been working on sorting out the email signature front.
Before everyone says it - yes, I know you can do a "sort of solution" on the Exchange server. Im not going to cover that one in this post - as its more designed for Disclaimers. If you want to know more on that - Google "Exchange Transport Rule Disclaimer". Why not Exchange Transport Rules
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Updated 18th November 2011 at 09:43 AM by TheScarfedOne