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allow you to clean up a conversation by removing redundant messages. A new Ignore
button lets you automatically delete conversations (including future responses) in which you’re
an uninterested bystander trapped on the Cc line.
Another new tool in Outlook 2010 gives you the capability of creating Quick Steps, which
automate repetitive message-handling tasks. These “macros” appear by default as
buttons on the Message tab and can also be assigned to keyboard shortcuts, as shown in
Fig ure 1-10.
Figure 1-10 Quick Steps are an effective way of taking the drudgery out of routine
Outlook 2010 also recognizes the increasing importance of keeping track of interactions
with friends, family, and coworkers over time. The new People pane appears at the bottom
of every e-mail message and contact; it integrates a complete message history for the
message sender or contact, along with connections to social networking sites, RSS feeds, status
updates, meetings, and so on.