Tag Archives: Microsoft Outlook

How Outlook Anywhere detects fast or slow networks

You want to setup Outlook Anywhere but ask yourself what is behind that fast and slow networks connection detection? Exchange Server Technet: Outlook defines a fast connection as a connection that is faster than 128 kilobits per second (Kbps). Outlook … Continue reading

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Microsoft Outlook: Exporting Outlook Account settings or migrate/move Outlook Profile

You don’t want to manually recreate all your Outlook settings when you setup a new PC? Here are some resources where you can find some helpful migration ways/applications: Exporting Outlook Account settings Migrate user settings by using USMT or Windows … Continue reading

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Outlook – Time Zones vs. Sender/Recipients

If you communicate with senders/recipients from all over the world, you will be happy to have this Outlook add-in which will help you identify the senders local time so that you can correspondent the best way for you and the … Continue reading

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Microsoft Outlook: Postpone/Delay/Schedule e-mail delivery

You want to send an e-mail at a specific time via Outlook? No Problem! Outlook 2007 (for older versions it’s somehow similar)

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