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Chapter 20 Communicating with Outllook E-Mail
Picture yourself sitting at your computer,
exchanging e-mail with co-workers, family, and friends, or
perhaps even finding romance, as Tom Hanks and Meg
Ryan did in the movie You’ve Got Mail .
Using Microsoft Office Outlook, the most widely used e-mail
program, you can quickly and easily enter the world of electronic
communication. With Outlook’s e-mail, you can perform the
basics of sending, receiving, and reading e-mail, but Outlook
goes far beyond those basics in providing you with features. In
addition to forwarding e-mail and sending and receiving e-mail
attachments, you can manage the mail you receive. And if you’re
like most of us; you get a lot of e-mail.
And, besides providing you with e-mail capabilities, Outlook acts
as a personal information manager, providing you with a calendar
on which you can enter meeting information, helping you keep
track of names, addresses (both snail-mail and e-mail), and phone
numbers, and letting you create a to-do list for those things you
know you’re going to forget if you don’t write them down.