Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
You don’t have to use the Rules Wizard to create rules for organizing and
storing your e-mail messages, however. The process can be as simple as this:
When you receive an e-mail message you want to create a rule for, right-click
the header of the message. In the context menu, choose Create Rule. You can
then easily specify the settings for the rule, and click OK to create it. You might,
for example, opt to have all messages from a particular company placed in a
certain folder; or you might want to play a sound for messages with high
importance.
If you’re running SharePoint Team Services V2, you can receive e-mail
alerts whenever a document is updated, reviewed, modified, or commented on
or an announcement is added to your SharePoint Team Services site. This
enables you to keep up to date with the latest happenings online with your
project or workgroup. You can select a similar set of actions for alerts you
create on the site. (See Figure 2-12.)
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Figure 2-12 You can assign similar actions to the alert notification
coming in from your SharePoint Team Services site.
More Info For more about setting up and working with alerts in
SharePoint Team Services, see Chapter 3.
Security and Privacy
To make sending and receiving information more secure for Office 2003 users,
Outlook continues enhanced support for certificates and now shares the
authentication list stored by Internet Explorer that tracks approved sites. You
can also customize signatures for each e-mail on your account, which allows
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