Article archive for 2003 – Page 2

Saturday, November 1, 2003

Blocking Web content in Outlook 2003

Last week we introduced you to the exciting, new Outlook interface. This week we introduce you to one of the most important (though controversial) new features: blocked Web content. This feature protects your privacy by blocking Web bugs.

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Saturday, November 1, 2003

Help celebrate the First Flight Anniversary with your articles and pictures

December 17, 2003 marks the 100-year anniversary of the Wright Brothers’ historic 59-second powered flight. This is an event that truly heralded a change in our society. I’d like to honor that flight (and the accomplishment of the two brothers who stuck to their project through all the ups and downs) by running a series of articles about flight in the December 14th issue of each of the ZATZ magazines.

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Saturday, November 1, 2003

Understanding how Outlook displays names and email addresses

Is there a way to always show only the display names in the To or Cc fields in an email message (not the full email addresses)? Read this helpful tip to learn the answer.

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Wednesday, October 1, 2003

Navigating Outlook 2003

This week begins our first look at the recently released Outlook 2003. While many of you may have had a few week’s access to it through MSDN or through work, for many of you, the release of the retail version last week is your first chance to use it. Read this tip to learn more.

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Wednesday, October 1, 2003

Office System 2003 has arrived

The day we’ve all been waiting for has finally arrived — Office System 2003 is officially available at your local retailers. The kick off is a launch party in New York City, and our own intrepid Contributing Editor, Diane Poremsky is present at the festivities. Bill Gates and Jeff Raikes, Vice President in Microsoft’s Productivity and Business Services Group, are the keynote speakers and many members of the Office development team are here as well. Read this article for the latest scoop!

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Wednesday, October 1, 2003

An introduction to email archiving

Have you ever thought about archiving your email? Most of us haven’t. But maybe you ought to. Wmail archiving is being driven by a number of areas: compliance, capacity and policy. But which are the factors most important for your organization? And how do you pick a solution that solves the problems without breaking the bank? Read this article to learn more about an important business process.

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Wednesday, October 1, 2003

More information than you could possibly imagine

While we try to get to know each and every advertiser, we don’t always get to see everything they’re doing. That’s why this month’s OutlookPower Site of the Month came as such a pleasant surprise. Melissa Data, a company that gives away ContactZone, a great, free address verification utility for Outlook, also has an amazing "lookups" resource page.

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Wednesday, October 1, 2003

No more bashing and the evils of Exchange

Last week, we ran an article entitled "What to do when Outlook won’t let you resend a message." We got a number of very nice reader comments back. Apparently we’re not the only ones frustrated with this behavior.

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Wednesday, October 1, 2003

Mapping Outlook

One useful but often forgotten feature of Outlook’s Contacts is the ability to map the contact’s address using MapPoint on CD or through a Web site if MapPoint is not installed.

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Monday, September 1, 2003

What to do when Outlook won’t let you resend a message

Sometimes Outlook won’t let you resend a message, saying "You do not have the permission to send the message on behalf of the specified user." This helpful article will show you how to get around this problem.

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