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Chapter 3: Handling Your E-Mail
Chapter 3: Handling Your E-Mail
In This Chapter
Configuring an e-mail account for Outlook
Addressing, sending, replying to, and forwarding e-mail messages
Sending files and pictures with e-mail
Receiving e-mail and files over the Internet
Organizing and managing your e-mail
Creating and using different folders to store e-mail
Preventing junk e-mail
Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night stays these
couriers from the swift completion of their appointed rounds,”
reads the inscription on the Eighth Avenue New York Post Office Building.
E-mailers face a different set of difficulties. Instead of snow, rain, or gloomy
nights, they face the task of having to manage volumes of e-mail.
This chapter explains the basics of sending and receiving e-mail, but it also
goes a step further to help you organize and manage your e-mail messages.
It shows you how to send files and pictures with e-mail messages. You also
find out how to be advised when someone has read your e-mail, reorganize
e-mail in the Inbox window, and be alerted to incoming messages from
certain people or from people writing about certain subjects. This chapter
shows you how to create folders for storing e-mail and explains how to
prevent junk e-mail from arriving on your digital doorstep.
Setting Up an E-Mail Account
Before you can send and receive e-mail, you must provide Outlook with
connection information about your e-mail service. Outlook needs your name,
your e-mail address, and the password with which you log on to the e-mail
service.
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