Outlook is one of the most useful tools for managing your email and personal data. Among the different version of this that has come out so far, Outlook 2010 is the most popular, and has many reasons why so many people use it.
The interface is a thing of simplicity and quiet functionality, with the Quick Steps allowing from better conversation threading. Then there is the Schedule View that you can use to take care of your schedules more efficiently. You get to see more than one calendar at once, with these arranged horizontally for the best viewing. This lets you take them in at a glance and glean all the information that would go into deciding your remaining activities.
Social network integration is another of the good things about this version of Outlook. Older versions do not have this, which is why they are limited in many ways. The 2010 edition keeps you connected with friends and contacts on social networks like Facebook or LinkedIn, using the Outlook Social Connector. And all of the information coming in that way can be easily viewed from inside the application, so there is no need to fire up your browser, and log in each time.
The Backstage Location feature in Outlook 2010 lets you keep control over the settings in the program, all from a single place. This way you will be able to go on adding more mail accounts to the program. Several other similar features in Outlook 2010 help you stay on top of your mailing and correspondence needs.
Outlook is a very versatile productivity tool, which makes sure that you can keep from making silly mistakes like sending mail to the wrong person. There is the provision to be warned when you are typing in the wrong address for a certain type of message, based on the people you usually send such mail to. These features in Outlook 2010 help you ensure that mistakes do not jeopardize your work in any way.
You could be working for some organization and preparing a message that is only for those on the inside. Suppose you type in the ID of an outsider without thinking. Outlook alerts you that you may have specified a wrong recipient. In this way, the app manages your mailing activities as well as the mail and the schedule, which means that you have the equivalent of an assistant managing your correspondences.