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Overview of Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 and Microsoft Exchange Server 2007
This demo shows you the benefits of using Microsoft Outlook 2007 in a Microsoft Exchange environment. Together Outlook and Exchange keeps you efficient and keeps you connected to calendar. Additionally, you can connect to Outlook for e-mail and calendar from anywhere.
Overview of Microsoft Office Outlook Web Access (OWA)
This demo gives you an overview of the web companion to desktop Microsoft Outlook. This product has been redesigned for Exchange 2007 and has many new features and functions to increase your productivity.
Overview of Microsoft Office Outlook
This demo highlights the benefits of Microsoft Outlook 2010. Outlook 2010 gives you a comprehensive time and information manager and makes it easier for you to locate, prioritize and act upon an increasing volume of information.
Up to speed with Outlook 2007
This video highlights the new features in Outlook 2007--like the collapsible navigation pane, the To-Do Bar, and the Ribbon for finding commands when creating a new message, to name a few.
Outlook Best Practices: How Harry got organized
Follow Harry as he learns to use Outlook to master the increasing email and time management struggles that come with greater responsibility at work. Harry's mentor, Renee, demonstrates how to manage email, tasks, and calendar features together in a system. The system is based on the teachings of many productivity experts, and shows best practices for how to use Outlook.
Customize your calendar
This video highlights how you can customize your calendar. There are three calendar views available--day, week and month, and each view can be customized to your specifications.
Create and use an e-mail signature
This video shows you how to create e-mail signatures that automatically appears in each message your create. You can also have multiple messages, allowing you to switch easily between them dependent on the correspondence type.
Share contact information the easy way with electronic business cards
This video shows you how to create electronic business cards (EBCs) in Outlook 2007 which enables you to show and share contact information electronically.
Encryption Using SSL for E-mail Clients
To increase security, Information Technology Services recommends using an encrypted secure communications protocol called Secure Socket Layer (SSL) for all e-mail clients. SSL allows for e-mail messages from your computer to the mail server to be encrypted when you read, download, and send e-mail messages. In addition, passwords are also encrypted to strengthen security.