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Microsoft  Outlook is the most widely used email client in the business world. Yet surprisingly there are a host of features designed to enhance your productivity of which many people are unaware. We hope to change that with this webinar!

Are you overwhelmed with the emails in your Inbox? We can help! In this free, streaming Webinar Simplex-IT’s Michele Bobola will show you how to:

  • Use the Quick Steps function to perform multiple actions with one click

  • Create and Edit Rules to manage emails

  • Use the Filter Email feature to weed out all the unnecessary stuff when you need to focus onsomething in particular

  • Use the many Views available in Outlook to your advantage – Conversations, Groups and Message Previews

You will also learn how to:

  • Share your email folders with others

  • Work with the many panes – Reading, People, Folder and To Do Bar

  • Use the Advanced Find and Search feature

  • Color-code emails with the Conditional Formatting feature

  • Use Categories for added flexibility

  • Manage meeting invitations

During this rapid-fire 60-minute presentation, Michele will have you feeling as though you can leap over tall buildings with a single bound! Time permitting, she may even touch on the other powerful components of Outlook: the Calendar, Contacts,
Tasks, To-Do Lists and Notes!

Join Simplex-IT and Michele Bobola on Thursday, October 9, from 11:00am-12:00noon for this free Webinar. To register, go to, call 234.380.1277 or email On the morning of the event you will receive an email with details on how to log in with Microsoft Lync (it’s a free download!). We look forward to having you join us!

Outlook 2013Lazy Bob here.  I am all about letting someone else figure out the ins and outs of new software.  So I was glad to see that the HowTo-Outlook site written by Robert Sparnaaij now includes a fantastic article “29 Short questions and tips for Outlook 2013.”  I immediately discovered several things about Outlook 2013, like how the default search configuration is to search the entire mailbox (it was driving me nuts).

A great article and a great site.  Check it out!