ITech Insights: Outlook Tips and Tricks

One of the most used applications in any business is Microsoft Outlook. It is often the first application we start up in the morning, and the last one we close out at the end of our day. In this weeks ITech Insights we’re sharing a few tips and tricks to outlook that, just maybe, you don’t know about, that can really help you use this core application more efficiently.

Understanding and Using Auto Archiving in Outlook 2010

Most of us live and die by our email, calendars and address book or in other words what’s stored in our outlook. Over time your Microsoft Outlook mailbox grows as items are created in the same way that papers pile up on your desk. In the paper-based world, you can occasionally shuffle through your documents and store those that are important but that are rarely used. You can discard documents that are less important, such as newspapers and magazines, based on their age. Luckily you can do the same thing with outlook automatically through the process of Auto-Archiving. While most things in office 2010 are easier to use (once you’ve found them) some features can be a little tough to find and may now disabled by default. Auto Archiving is one of them. In this weeks ITech Insights I’ll tell you how to turn it back on and just why it’s so important.