Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Work in individual modules
Work in individual modules
Mail module
Each time you start Outlook and connect to your email server, any new messages received
since the last time you connected appear in your Inbox. Depending on your settings,
Outlook downloads either the entire message to your computer or only the message
header. The headers, which are listed in the content pane to the right of the Folder Pane,
provide basic information about the message, such as:
The item type (such as message, meeting request, or task assignment).
The sender, recipient, and subject.
The most recent response type.
If it has attachments.
If it has been digitally signed or encrypted.
If it has been marked as being of high or low importance.
Messages you haven’t yet read are indicated by vertical blue lines and bold headers.
You can view the text of a message in several ways:
You can open a message in its own window by double-clicking its header in the
message list.
You can read a message without opening it by clicking its header in the message
list to display the message in the Reading Pane.
Calendar module
When you display the Calendar module, the Folder Pane changes to display the Date
Navigator and a list of the local, Microsoft Exchange Server, Microsoft SharePoint, and
Internet calendars that Outlook is configured to connect to.
People module
In the People module, the Folder Pane displays a list of the available address books. On
the contact index to the right of the content pane in the People module, you can click
alphabetic buttons to quickly jump to contact records filed by a specific letter.
Tasks, Notes, and Journal modules
In the Tasks module, the Folder Pane displays the available task folders and task folder
views. In the Notes module, it displays the available note folders. In the Journal module,
it displays the Folder List.
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