This past month has been more of the same here at SET. I was lucky enough to participate in the Maryland State Bar's Annual Meeting, where I spoke about utilizing RSS to stay informed of current legal happenings. We've also been very involved in a number of government and corporate projects.
Thank you again to the companies who continue to work with and partner with us. We greatly appreciate your trust in our ability to assist your clients and employees.
Here's a quick way to automatically forward
all messages related to a particular category
into a specific folder. If you're already
doing this, you may find this way a little
faster than using the Rules Wizard.
Right click on an email message that is representative of the messages you'd like to forward to a specific folder
Choose Create Rule
Select the criteria that you need Outlook
to look for. Here are a couple examples of
Note how I'm checking the From option and that I'm editing the subject to make it more general in its reach.
Note how I'm indicating that the messages I'm interested in are ones sent to a listserv, rather than just to me. If the author of this listserv is sending directly to me then I don't want the rule to forward it to another folder.
Choose the folder where you’d like this type of messages to reside
I have discussed Anagram before, praising how easy it makes entering someone's contact information into Outlook. There are two other Anagram contact features that I want to point out:
Copy as Text - quickly copies to the clipboard a tidy version of the Outlook contact, which is perfect for pasting into an email. For instance, copying and pasting my own Contact produced this email-ready text:
I find this to be safer and more universal than sending VCF files (which will copy your note fields and categories--things you may not want to share), and a lot easier than copying and pasting all of this yourself.
Map It - quickly displays a Google map
of the contact's address. While Outlook does
provide a map feature, many prefer Google’s
interface and will appreciate this timesaver.
Both of these features are accessible from the
Anagram menu that is available in Contacts once
you install Anagram (www.getanagram.com):
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