Outlook

Import contacts to outlook
Importing Outlook contacts: Transferring existing address information to the Outlook address book
  • Technical matters

The Outlook address book is an important tool for many computer users who regularly send and receive messages via Microsoft's e-mail service. To restore the contact list from a backup file after a version change or data loss, or simply to add new contact information, there is this import function. We'll show you how to easily import Outlook contacts to update your address book.

Importing Outlook contacts: Transferring existing address information to the Outlook address book
Export Outlook contacts
Export Outlook contacts: How to do it
  • Technical matters

The ability to store contacts is one of the most important features of e-mail services like Microsoft Outlook. An extensive address book helps you to contact friends, business partners, or employees at any time without having all mail addresses in your head. To prevent the loss of useful contact information, you should export your Outlook contacts regularly. With this kind of backup, you can also...

Export Outlook contacts: How to do it
Create outlook rules
Create Outlook rule: a step-by-step guide
  • Technical matters

A tidy mailbox is the basis of professional e-mail communication. With Outlook “Rules and Alerts” you keep track and ensure that important requests are processed promptly. We will explain how to set up the appropriate automatic rules using illustrated step-by-step instructions.

Create Outlook rule: a step-by-step guide
Blind Carbon Copy (BCC)
Blind Carbon Copy (BCC) – How to send blind carbon copies of your emails
  • Technical matters

The BCC feature found in your email program allows you to send blind carbon copies of your messages to anonymous third parties. Although it may sound unethical and can be seen by some conversation partners as a breach of trust, the inclusion of BCC recipients is useful and justified in exceptional circumstances. We explain when this is the case.

Blind Carbon Copy (BCC) – How to send blind carbon copies of your emails
Exchange server: Microsoft’s groupware at a glance
What is Exchange Server?
  • Technical matters

Microsoft Exchange Server is considered the standard solution for business e-mail traffic and computer-supported collaborative work. The software has many different usage models of available and these require purchasing special licenses. We’ll show you the licensing model here and give you an overview of the different functions of the collaborative software.

What is Exchange Server?