Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
For those International Messages
Now Outlook 2003 offers unlimited support for the Multilingual User
Interface, which means that network administrators can choose the interface
and help files needed for specific languages. Unicode is now supported
for Mail, Calendar, Contacts, Tasks, and Note, which enables users to see
and work with text in any language recognized by the operating system.
Working with E-Mail Rules and Alerts
You can streamline the time you spend reading through message after message
by automating the process with rules. Rules are actions Outlook performs based
on specific criteria you set for handling specific types of messages. For example,
you might want to forward to your customer service manager all the messages
received from the marketing department; or you might send all messages from
a certain vendor to the person in charge of managing that relationship.
Rules existed as the Rules Wizard in earlier versions of Office; in Office
2003, the Rules interface has been enhanced, new templates have been added,
and an entirely new feature—alerts—has been included. Figure 2-11 shows the
new look for the Rules Wizard.
Figure 2-11 The Rules Wizard is easier to follow and includes