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Using Outlook and Google Calendar together in a Small Business Environment

Using Outlook and Google Calendar together in a small business environment can give you the best of the two worlds. As a corporate Outlook user, you are likely to love the Outlook calendar as it is extremely easy to use and you can create shared calendars as per your need. However for small businesses that do not have the Exchange server running on background, the collaborative feature of Outlook calendar does not come into play. Since investing in the Exchange server can be costly, you...

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Tracking down an Inadvertently Misplaced Folder in Ms Outlook

In some case, one of your Outlook folders may not appear in its designated place due to an accident or get misplaced due to a human error. At times while working on the Outlook email client you may need to move individual folders. For example you may have to move a certain project folder under a specific client folder. However during the course of moving folders you may accidentally misplace a folder or place it at a wrong place which you fail to remember. Now Outlook does not offer you...

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Quick Reply option directly from the Reading Pane in Outlook 2013 has limited features

If you decide to directly reply to a message from the reading pane, a number of features like inserting images or tables would seem to be unavailable. As an Outlook user who has seen the application evolve for more than a decade, the Outlook 2013 was a completely positive experience for me. The 2013 iteration was rich in options, gave a lot of thought to user friendliness and included some class leading features. From the People module that integrated every piece of information present...

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