Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Internet connection if you want to work ofline; for example, to stop sending and
receiving messages while connected to the Internet.
The Send/Receive tab of the Mail module ribbon.
TIP The Work Ofline button is available for Internet accounts that download content
to your computer, and for Exchange accounts when you specify that Outlook should
use Cached Exchange Mode for the account connection.
Folder Includes commands for creating and managing folders in which you can store
messages, calendar items, contact records, notes, tasks, and other Outlook items, in
addition to Search Folders in which you can display up-to-date collections of messages
that meet specific criteria. You can manage the contents of the folder and recover
inadvertently deleted items; add a folder to the Favorites list; view messages that
have been archived to an Exchange server; and control archive settings, folder access
permissions, and the folder properties.
The Folder tab of the Mail module ribbon.
View Includes commands for changing the way items are displayed in the content
area; displaying, hiding, or changing the location of program window panes; and
opening or closing secondary program windows.
The View tab of the Mail module ribbon.
Message windows
Outlook displays email messages (in addition to meeting requests and task assignments
received from other Outlook users) in the Mail module. When you start Outlook, it
displays the Inbox of your default email account. When you create a new message or open
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