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Three Exciting Reasons You Should Upgrade To Outlook 2010
To my mind, Outlook 2010 is the leading tool used for managing your email and personal information. Why? For years now, Microsoft Office Outlook has provided great email management tools such as rules and folders that are able to work with multiple mail accounts, liberating you from dealing with multiple different interfaces. And with all your personal information in Outlook, you could easily get an overall picture of your day and your life.
Now Outlook 2010 is available, including a shiny new interface, and several fresh features that result in true advantages for you. While nothing is perfect, Outlook 2010 might be the closest tool so far to fulfilling all your electronic communication needs at work, home, and school.
First thing you will see is the shiny new interface, with the Ribbon appearing everywhere, rather than just here and there, as it was in Outlook 2007. I think the latest design is a bit cleaner in general, and the Ribbon does a good job of making the commands you are most apt to want quickly available.
Conversation view is a great way to group threads of messages so you can more easily focus on 1 thing at a time. Open up only the conversation you want to deal with and you will more easily avoid distractions and sidetracks. Click View, then set the Show as Conversations checkbox and you are ready to go.
Do you find yourself continuously repeating activities such as assigning a category (Save for Attorney, Show to Friends) to every nasty message from your ex, then digging down through three levels of folders so you can file the vicious missive in the right folder?
Quick Steps is a new Outlook 2010 feature that can save you some effort here. Use one of the predefined Quick Steps or build your own custom ones for situations like this. Your Quick Step can then deal with all the marking and digging and moving with a single click. This is likely to become a very popular tool.
Would you like to learn more about these and other reasons to upgrade? Visit this Outlook 2010 site.