How to Add a Signature in Outlook

How to Add a Signature in Outlook

Outlook offers diverse options in adding the signature of your choice. Here is how to add a signature in Outlook for desktop or the mobile app.

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4 Great Alternatives to Google Calendar

4 Great Alternatives to Google Calendar

While Google Calendar comes with plenty of features, that doesn’t mean you cannot switch from it. Here are some of the best Google Calendar alternatives to check out.

By Andrew Braun -
How to Sync Microsoft Outlook to Android

How to Sync Microsoft Outlook to Android

Microsoft Outlook doesn’t play well with Android – until now. This article shows how you can sync Microsoft Outlook to Android, including your calendars and contacts.

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How to Encrypt Emails in Microsoft Outlook

How to Encrypt Emails in Microsoft Outlook

If you want to send sensitive emails, you can add GPG encryption to it so only the intended recipient can view it. Here’s how to encrypt emails in Outlook.

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How to Speed Up Microsoft Outlook

How to Speed Up Microsoft Outlook

Microsoft Outlook is a very popular software for Windows but can also be very slow. If you’re looking to speed it up, here are some tips.

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Make Use of “+” Aliasing in Outlook.com

Make Use of “+” Aliasing in Outlook.com

In Gmail, you can append a “+” to the username and you will be able to create an email alias quickly and easily. The good news is that Outlook.com has also allowed the use of “+” in your email address. Check it out!

By Damien -
How To Get Outlook.com To Manage Your Domain Email

How To Get Outlook.com To Manage Your Domain Email

Google is no longer providing free Google Apps plans. If you are looking for alternative apps to host your domain’s email, Outlook.com is the one to go for. Read on to find out how to use Outlook.com to host your email for your domain.

By Sharninder -
The Easiest Way to Set Gmail As The Default Email Handler in Windows

The Easiest Way to Set Gmail As The Default Email Handler in Windows

In almost all version of the Windows OS, the default email application is always Outlook. For those who are using Gmail and want to use it as the default email client, what you can do is to configure Outlook to use Gmail as the default account so that whenever you click on a mailto link, […]

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How to Manage Google Docs Documents From Microsoft Outlook

How to Manage Google Docs Documents From Microsoft Outlook

Microsoft Outlook is by far the best email client for Windows. It helps you to manage all your emails, set up contact lists, plan meetings, schedules and so much more. You can also use Microsoft Outlook to read Google Reader feeds as well. So is Google Docs – one of the best online office applications […]

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How to Read Your Google Reader Feeds In Microsoft Outlook

How to Read Your Google Reader Feeds In Microsoft Outlook

RSS feeds let you read blog updates and news items from all over the web in a news reader. The most popular web based news reader is Google Reader and we have earlier discussed some Google Chrome extensions to maximize your RSS experience. But in some situations, reading feeds inside a browser may not be […]

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Fix Files And Remove Duplicate Contacts In Pocket Outlook With TrineFix

Fix Files And Remove Duplicate Contacts In Pocket Outlook With TrineFix

With calendars, contacts and task data becoming more and more mobile, pocket PCs are a key home for the storage of mobile organizer information. Windows Mobile can be synchronised via ActiveSync with your PC or Exchange server to keep synchonrised your contacts list, calendars and flagged emails and tasks – but tourble can arise in […]

By Christian Cawley -