Listen To Emails With Immersive Reader

With Outlook’s Immersive Reader, you can actually hear emails read out loud in Outlook. Tune in to this week’s One-Minute Wednesday as Isaac McIntosh walks you through how the Immersive Reader works and showcases some features to help you listen to anything that enters your inbox.

Clean Your Inbox with Outlook Folders

Using Outlook folders is a great way to begin relieving the stress of managing your inbox. On today’s One-Minute Wednesday, Derek Duhaime will show you how to create customizable folders that can automatically categorize your email, giving you a better experience with your inbox.

Security Issues – Domain Spoofing Attacks

Cybercriminals are always innovating new ways to steal your data, so it’s imperative to stay vigilant as you spend time online and in your email. On today’s One-Minute Wednesday, John McCormack will discuss a new threat called Homographic Domains, which are fake web addresses that use special characters to make themselves look exactly like the real domain they are copying.

Blocking Senders in Microsoft Outlook

Tired of junk mail getting past your built-in spam filter? You can quickly and easily train your junk folder in Microsoft Outlook. On today’s One-Minute Wednesday, Sean Mountain will show you how to mark email as junk and block senders, giving you more power over what shows up in your inbox!

Dominate Your Inbox: Outlook Categories

Keep your email organized and stay ahead of important emails with this simple tool! On this week’s One-Minute Wednesday, John McCormack will be talking about how you can use Categories to highlight VIP emails and keep track of important notifications. When you’re buried under a flood of emails, this can really help critical messages stand out in your inbox.

Dominate Your Inbox: Creating a CC Folder

Take control of your inbox and reclaim your productivity with this quick tip! This week on One-Minute Wednesday, Matt Grimes will be showing you how to create a CC folder for emails where you’re not the direct recipient. This is a great way to manage emails where you don’t need to respond immediately, freeing you up to work through your day.

Security Issues: Business Email Compromise Scams

Cybercriminals continue to innovate sophisticated new attack vectors, but email phishing is still the most common and effective tactic for criminals looking to steal money or sensitive data. On today’s One-Minute Wednesday, Drew Lawson will discuss a common phishing tactic called business email compromise (or BEC) and review some ways to identify and protect yourself from this type of attack.

Setting Up Outlook Auto Replies

This week on One-Minute Wednesday, John McCormack will be going over setting an Outlook Auto Reply. Quickly and easily let people know when you’re out of the office, on vacation, or otherwise unavailable for a period of time. This is a great way to manage your inbox when on vacation, for example—giving info about where you are and when you’ll be back can help slow the flood of incoming emails while you’re gone.

Security Issues: Holiday Shopping

During the holidays, cybercriminals and hackers prey on shoppers with a host of scams like fake ads, phishing emails, malicious apps and more. So on today’s One-Minute Wednesday, Drew Lawson will give you some steps you can take to stay secure and protect your sensitive data during this season.

Setting Up An Email Delay

Have you ever sent an email you immediately regretted? On this week’s One-Minute Wednesday, Mark Perez will show you how to prevent this by setting up a rule that delays sending your email by five minutes. Any sent email will wait in your Outbox, giving you some time to think and proofread before the email goes out.

Microsoft Word Mail Merge

Need to send out a letter or email to a large number of contacts? The Mail Merge feature in Microsoft Word lets you create, customize, and deliver messages to multiple contacts at once. Tune in as Jonathan Schaumloeffel discusses how to use and customize the Mail Merge feature on today’s One Minute Wednesday!