Outlook’s got its fair share of exposure. People regard it as an ordinary email client, corporate, boring and work-related. Some absolutely detest it for the complicated Outlook Settings and frequent errors. Have you ever looked on the flip side? Would you ever imagine that Outlook would ever become more than a mail organizer? Well, believe it or not, there are these cool Outlook settings that would make you appreciate Outlook on a whole new level.
Why you probably get put-off with Outlook settings is because of the level of customization that Outlook offers. There are really useful features that you can customize and setup according to your specific requirements. No one’s all that interested with specifics, that’s why Outlook settings really tick you off.
Try setting up Outlook to be the best personal assistant you’d ever have. You’d be surprised. With just a few Outlook settings and features working for you, customizations are endless. Take a little time to set up your personal preferences and you can transform Outlook from drab to fab.
Everyone’s in on looks. A hot secretary? Sure. Who’s checking on her? Everyone! But who’s appreciating a program that’s working really hard, doesn’t call in sick and has your day promptly laid out every time? Here are a few Outlook settings that would really make you think twice about the hot secretary who’s chewing bubblegum and filing her nails right now.
Outlook Settings: Spice up your font!
Under the File tab, click ‘Options’ and then ‘Mail’. Go over to the Personal Stationary tab (did you know you had stationery to play around with?). Click ‘Font’ under New Messages and set your favorite font style and size. Click Ok, once you’re done.
Outlook settings: The view’s all yours.
The ‘View Settings’ in the View tab helps you define your columns. Advanced View Settings have the Outlook settings you need to define your customized views and reading pane. You can add, remove and reorder columns here
Outlook Settings: You rule your roost!
With Outlook’s Rules Wizard, you tell Outlook how to filter your emails, what to do with spam and where you can hide personal emails from your colleagues. You can setup the filter to flag messages ‘with specific words in the subject’ option.
These custom Outlook settings really get the software working great for you. Who needs the dumb blonde now?