A signature is a small message automatically written at the end of an email. Its purpose is to leave the reader with your name, business information, or a sense of welcome. Typically signatures include a sign off message such as “best regards”, “best wishes” followed by your name, title, office phone. In this tutorial you […]
If you wish to use the Microsoft 365 Outlook app that is included when you install Office 365, you will need to set it up properly. This page will guide you through the proper settings to ensure you get the best out of Outlook 365. Note: you will only be able to use the Outlook […]
A mail merge is useful to personalize bulk items that will be printed or sent. The personalized information is imported from an excel sheet into a predetermined template in order to save time and avoid user errors. This tutorial will go over the most popular mail merge options.
You can think of a smart folder as a saved search that continuously and automatically updates so that you don’t have to redo a search. Follow these next steps to create a smart folder in Outlook for your voicemails.
Step 1: Login to your Hotmail account at Outlook.com and in the bottom left corner click People. Step 2: In the top toolbar click “Manage” and Click “Export contacts” Step 3: Choose “All Contacts” and “Microsoft Outlook CSV” and click Export in the top right corner. Save the file. Step 4: Now Login to your […]
Creating the PST file Unlinking the PST from your account Linking the PST to your account You can learn more on this Microsoft Support Page This is useful for keeping your mailbox clutter free, or storing emails you wish to provide to someone else at a later date. This will avoid forwarding a long list […]
Creating a distribution list using Outlook 2010 Creating a distribution list with Outlook Web Access (Webmail) You can learn more about contact groups and distributions lists Here.
Use the information in this video to learn how to redirect your BU email to a personal account:
How to send an email as an attachment? Return to the Bishop’s Email FAQ.
Return to the Bishop’s Email FAQ.