by David Hakala

On the Tools menu of Outlook you will find “Rules and Alerts.” This option lets you create mail-handling rules that Outlook follows when it sends and receives email. For example, it can move or copy any message from your boss’ email address into a “High Priority” subfolder (rule) and/or notify you that such a message has arrived (alert). You can create rules that forward copies of messages to one or more destinations. Generally, rules are set to run automatically every time new messages come in, sorting and moving your mail around without your effort to run rules one at a time.
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Repair and Restore Corrupted or Damaged Outlook Data

in applications

If the Personal Folders file (.pst) or Offline Folders file (.ost) in Microsoft Outlook has been damaged, repair tools may be able to recover your email data.

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Managing Outlook Contacts with Categories and Search

in e-mail

Manage your contacts using Outlook categories and search functions, allowing you to email groups of people more efficiently.

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