Hey, you know your way around Outlook®—so now dig into Version 2002 and really put your e-mail system to work! This supremely organized reference packs hundreds of timesaving solutions, troubleshooting tips, and handy workarounds in concise, fast-answer format—it’s all muscle and no fluff. Discover the best and fastest ways to perform everyday tasks, and challenge yourself to new levels of Outlook mastery!
Build on what you already know about Outlook and quickly dive into what’s new
Automate routine tasks, such as backing up your mailbox
Organize, synchronize, and archive critical data
Customize Outlook—from templates and add-ins all the way to HTML
Integrate Outlook with Outlook Express and other Microsoft® Office applications
Configure Outlook as a Microsoft Exchange Server client
Work off line or over the Internet
Set up and manage public folders
Support roaming and mobile users
Develop your own forms and apps using Microsoft Visual Basic® for Applications and script
Intuitive HTML interface
Extensive collection of Microsoft add-ins and third-party utilities, demos, and trials
Sample code to help you build your own VBA application
Complete eBook—easy to browse and print!
Sample chapters from other INSIDE OUT Office XP books
Web links to Microsoft Tools on the Web, online troubleshooters, and product support
Microsoft Visio® customizable auto-demos
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Jim Boyce is a highly-regarded expert on operating systems and productivity software who's written or contributed to more than 50 books. A former contributing editor for Windows® Magazine, Jim writes for several technical publications and Web sites.