- Click the View tab, then choose View Settings.
- On the ribbon, click Other Settings.
- Click the Column Font and Row font buttons & enter a font size.
Microsoft Outlook 2016 for Mac always throws a security error when connecting to an Exchange server. What does Microsoft suggest as a workaround? Disable SSL. Not only does this not solve the issue, it’s an unwise choice to make. Major fail.
A welcome feature in Microsoft Outlook 2016 (currently in public beta) is that when you want to attach a file to an e-mail message, appointment item or other screen, the Attach File icon shows the last several files you attached, so you can attach one, again:
The other day, Microsoft released a version of Outlook that will run on iOS devices: your iPhone and iPad. After a quick look and some struggles getting it configured, my opinion is that it’s a very good initial release, but it isn’t finished, yet.
Like the built-in iOS Mail app, there are pre-made settings to configure common types of e-mail, like Exchange, Yahoo, gMail and Outlook.com. Right now, these are the only choices, so you can’t use it for POP or IMAP service (if you’re using mail with your own web address, like flisser.com, POP or IMAP is probably what you use). The good news is that support for these services will be available in a future release.
Download the app for free from the App Store.
Getting floods of e-mail doesn’t have to be a nightmare! In Outlook, you can easily find and group messages if you sort them into subfolders, and you can even have Outlook do the sorting for you automatically. Another option is to apply formatting that stands out to messages that are important, with or without sub-folders.
Tutorial article and screencast published by TutsPlus.