Outlook Solutions

How to Auto Change the Color of Accepted Meetings in Your Outlook Calendar

Some users would like to show the accepted meetings in a specific color in Outlook calendar. To be honest, it's quite easy. This article will show you a way to auto alter the color of a received meeting as soon as you accept it. As you can see, in the calendar, all the items will be shown in the same color as the calendar color. If you want to change the item color, you have two means. One is by color categories, and the other one is by conditional formatting rules. Hence, in the event that...

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How to Batch Redirect Multiple Emails in Your Outlook

If you wish to redirect multiple emails to other recipients, instead of forwarding, you can read this post. Here we will teach you an approach to redirect many emails in bulk. When you forward an email to others, the new email will auto contain "FW:" in the subject and its body will contains the message header of the original email, as shown in the following figure. In contrast, when you redirect an email, the new mail's subject and message body will be totally same as the original mail....

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How to Get Warned If an Appointment Is Scheduled in Non-working Hours in Your Outlook

To prevent accidentally scheduling an Outlook appointment in non-working hours, you can read this article. Here we will teach you how to let Outlook warn you if an appointment is scheduled in your non-working hours. Many users want to block the non-working hours in their Outlook calendar. To be specific, they don’t accept any Outlook appointments or meetings scheduled in non-working hours. But, at times, they may accidentally create appointments out of working hours, or someone sends them...

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