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Oct 10, 2006 4:43 amYour email in box#

Nita Lopez

Hi  Everyone,

One day I was so sick of scrolling through 4,000 emails to find an email I know I had saved, for a rainy day!


I started playing around with different options, with the task bar and came across folders. Hmmm, what is that for? So I clicked and it ask "create a new folder"name new folder" Well I started playing with this new found feature!


Now all important emails are are foldered. I also, discovered where you can create rules and now all my Ryze emails go straight into a folder and not into my in box!  


Sure wished I'd known about this along time ago!


Have a great week!

-- Few things in life are not negotiable,your health is one of them
Blessings, Nita

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Nov 25, 2006 4:46 pmre: Your email in box#

Monica Ricci
Nita, the use of folders, colors, and flags is important when managing your inbox. There is nothing wrong with keeping a bunch of emails in your inbox if you want to use them as a "history" of sorts. But you might want to create a folder called "Email 1/1/06 - 12/31/06 and just move them all into there when you start a new year. This way, they don't bog down your primary inbox.


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Feb 19, 2007 5:02 amre: re: Your email in box#

Nita Lopez
OE didn't give me this option so I am totally into Out Look!! Color coded calendar, email flags, foldering even my contact lists!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! WoooHooo!!

-- Few things in life are not negotiable,your health is one of them
Blessings, Nita

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Mar 31, 2007 3:22 pmre: Your email in box#

Clare Evans
Will so much email these days - it's easy to become overwhelmed by our inbox but a few simple rules and tips can make it a whole lot easier.

I won't post it all here - but I wrote an article on Email Overwhelm - you can find it on my website.


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    May 18, 2007 3:09 pmre: Your email in box#

    Mikey Mc
    Folders are Cool!

    Mikey Mc

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    Jun 26, 2007 10:33 amre: re: Your email in box#

    Janet Barclay

    That's an excellent article, and I think it would be a great addition to my article directory, http://www.OrganizedArticles.com .

    I'll be very pleased if you decide to sign up as an author and submit your article as well as any others you have written that are related to Maximizing Your Time and Space.

    If you have any questions or experience any difficulties using the article directory, please let me know.

    Janet Barclay

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    Aug 13, 2007 3:52 amre: Your email in box#

    Maria Marsala
    You're going to be dangerous when you "know it all" about Outlook.

    I just got 2007 and am doing a lot more than I ever did to organize myself...

    Here is a free resource on learning about Outlook. I have been spending quite a bit of time there, learning about 2007's nuances and also things I didn't realize that were offered in the toolbar (even though I'm a clicker of buttons to see what they do) I have found their trainig to be excellent and love the demos because I can go try things, move onto the next area if I know something, etc.


    I also recommend books made by QUE and SamsNet if you're looking for computer books. They have them on MS Office.

    Maria Marsala
    Business Operations Therapist


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