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Back Up Outlook Data
Back Up Outlook Data
Many people store their most critical business information in Outlook —
information that is so valuable that losing it could practically close a business or
end a career. It’s no joke.
But after more than ten years in the marketplace, Outlook has never been
given a decent tool for safeguarding its own data from loss. Yes, everyone
knows that you should back up all the data on your computer regularly,
and you can make copies of your critical Outlook data (some of those tiny
memory keys can do the job, and you can save Outlook data to a handheld
computer if need be), but it’s a little bit disturbing that no such feature has
ever been added to Outlook itself. Some of the online backup services such
as Mozy (see Chapter 18) do a good job of backing up your Outlook data.
Ten More Things Outlook
Can’t Do for You
Alas, Outlook is also deficient in some other ways, though you may prefer to
do these things for yourself, anyway.
Outlook can’t
Do the Electric Slide
Play “Melancholy Baby” for you
Tattoo the name of you-know-who on your you-know-what
Catch the Energizer Bunny
Stop tooth decay
Take the Jeopardy! Challenge
Refresh your breath while you scream
Fight City Hall
Make millions while you sleep
Find Mr. Right (unless you send e-mail to me)
Oh, well. Aside from all that, it’s a pretty neat program. You can save scads
of time and work more smoothly by mastering all the things Outlook can do
for you.
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