This guide contains frequently asked questions regarding the use of PowerShell scripts and some additional tips and tricks to get you started.
Microsoft is migrating all Outlook.com mailboxes to the Office 365 Exchange Online mail servers. This will give you a much better synching experience in Outlook but unfortunately may require you to re-add the Outlook.com account to Outlook and make some additional changes once your mailbox has been moved over.
Learn how to quickly export your Outlook Notes to OneNote. This guide contains instructions how to use the the Print to OneNote feature to export your Notes. It also contains a macro which allows you to export in a more direct way via the me@onenote service.
On occasion, questions are being raised about what exactly is considered slow or fast and whether or not this threshold can be configured.
While the direct answer is “yes, it can be configured”, the reality is that it might not actually really matter anyway for most configurations. Let’s take a closer look why that is.
Continue reading: Outlook Anywhere: Fast vs. Slow network connection over HTTP or TCP/IP
Outlook Anywhere allows you to connect to Exchange even from outside of the corporate network via so-called "Microsoft Exchange Proxy Settings". Here you’ll find options for slow and fast network connections but what does Outlook consider fast or slow and when does it actually matter? This guide takes a closer look at these questions and shows you how to control it.
Learn how to show Outlook data on the Live Tiles in Windows 8. For instance, show your upcoming appointments on the new Start Screen or Lock Screen.
If your Outlook data is indexed by Windows Search, you’ll not only get lightening fast search results within Outlook but also outside of Outlook such as the search fields in Windows Explorer and the Start Menu. For this, many search operator and fields are available. This is a reference guide to these operators and fields and how to use them.
For some actions, such as a backup process, Outlook needs to be closed. If these actions are performed in an automated way, you’ll need to close Outlook programmatically in advance. The script examples in this guide can either be ran as a standalone vbs-script, be scheduled or be part of a larger script such as logon or logoff scripts.
Outlook has many keyboard shortcuts which allows you to execute commands
without using your mouse. By using keyboard shortcuts, you can achieve repetitive tasks more quickly.
If you are in IT support or just are interested to find out which files Outlook uses and where it stores its settings; this is the guide for you.
See how you can configure Outlook with an Outlook.com (Hotmail), Gmail, Yahoo!, AOL or iCloud account. The account settings are given for each possible account type and clarified with screenshots.