What's New in Outlook 2010
New features in Outlook 2010 improve organization and productivity:
Conversation View helps you group messages and organize them in an overcrowded Inbox.
- Turn on or off Conversations
On the View tab, in the Conversations group, check or uncheck Show as Conversations.
- Read messages in Conversation View
When Conversations is turned on, messages that share the same subject appear as Conversations that can be viewed expanded or collapsed.
Compress long e-mail threads into a few conversations. Delete conversation threads that you are not interested in.
Note: if you click on the conversation header and click Delete, you will receive a warning message about deleting all messages in the thread.
If you select a conversation and click the
Ignore button, this will move messages in the thread and future messages in the conversation to the Deleted Items folder.
- Configure or change existing Quick Steps:
Click the Home tab, click the More arrow in the Quick Steps group > Manage Quick Steps.
- Click the Quick Step that you want to change > Modify.
Under Actions, change or add the actions that you want this Quick Step to do, for example, forward to your supervisor with one click.
Out of Office / Automatic Replies
Outlook Web Access (OWA)
- Create Automatic/Out of Office replies using OWA:
Open a Browser, navigate to https://emarq.marquette.edu and log in with your Marqnet username and password. Click Options (top right) and click Set Automatic Replies.
Enter the date and time period for sending automatic replies and enter the text of the message you want delivered to senders.
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