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6 Types of Exchange Clients and Their Protocols (Part II)

This article is the continuation of the "6 Types of Exchange Clients and Their Protocols (Part I)", this article will help us to understand the clients that are used for Non-Conventional systems. Introduction: Microsoft Exchange Systems has protocols in-built for the client connectivity of non-windows based systems like Apple Mac etc. Now let’s continue with Clients & Protocols. Outlook 2011: Outlook 2011 was exclusively introduced for Apple Computers running MAC OS. Outlook 2011...

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How to Clear the Recently Used Location List for Outlook Appointments

Outlook will remember your recently-used locations for appointments. But you’re not allowed to manage the location list at will. So at times, the list will be filled with needless ones. This article will introduce how to clean up the list. When you create a new Outlook appointment, you can select one location from the drop down list, which will be populated with your recently-used locations. By default, Outlook can remember only the last 10 locations. In other words, when you add new...

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4 Easy Methods to Insert a Note into Your Outlook Messages

Some Outlook users would like to insert a note or remark into email messages. In this article, we will exhibit 4 simple workarounds to accomplish it. At times, when you receive or send a special email, you may hope to add specific notes or remarks to it, such that you can readily recognize it from your stuffed mailbox. It’s believed that a majority of Outlook users have this wish. Therefore, here we will offer you 4 handy approaches. Method 1: Use Custom Flag for Follow Up As a rule,...

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