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Change the language and time zone settings in Outlook.com

Microsoft's free Outlook.com email service supports a variety of languages and regions. You can choose the language that Outlook displays in, the date and time format to use and your time zone. To change language and time zone settings: Sign in to your Outlook.com account. Click the gear icon in the upper right. On the drop-down menu, select Options. In the left pane,
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Tips and tricks for Outlook 2016

If you use Outlook 2016 regularly, there is no doubt you know your way around the application. But perhaps you've wondered if there's a better, or faster way of doing something. These following tips and tricks may help you learn about some hidden features, techniques, and timesavers in Outlook for Windows. Start Outlook with Run command After your computer started up, press Windows + R. Type outlook and press the
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Apply stationery or backgrounds to email messages in Outlook 2016

Stationery includes backgrounds and patterns and offers a set of unified design elements, such as fonts, bullets, colors, and effects that you can apply to messages. You can also make your own personal stationery. To learn more, see Create stationery for email messages.
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Create stationery for email messages in Outlook 2016

Stationery and themes are a set of unified design elements and color schemes. They specify fonts, bullets, background color, horizontal lines, images, and other design elements that you might want to include in your outgoing email messages. Outlook includes a large selection of stationery, but you can also design your own custom stationery. For example, you can include a company logo or design that matches your organization's style guidelines. To create a custom
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Allow someone else to manage your mail and calendar in Outlook 2016

Similar to having an assistant that helps you manage your incoming paper mail, another person, known as a delegate, can receive and respond to email messages and meeting requests and responses on your behalf. You can also grant the delegate additional permissions to read, create, or change items in your Microsoft Exchange Server mailbox.
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Organize contacts into categories in Outlook 2016

With Outlook, you can organize contacts into categories, mark them for follow-up, or make them a favorite or private. Categorize a contact by color Select People. Select a contact. Select
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Save and reuse email content using Quick Parts in Outlook 2016

In Outlook 2016, you can save and reuse a block of text that you use frequently with Quick Parts, instead of retyping it each time. Quick Parts can also be edited and deleted. Create a Quick Part Select New Email and then type and select the content that you want to
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Recall or replace an email message that you sent

With message recall, a message that you sent can be retrieved from the mailboxes of the recipients who haven't yet opened it. You can also substitute a replacement message. For example, if you forgot to include an attachment, you can try to retract the message, and then send a replacement message that has the attachment. IMPORTANT: Message recall is available after you click
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How to tell if I have an Exchange account in Outlook 2016

Microsoft Outlook supports multiple account types such as Microsoft Exchange Server, POP3, IMAP, and Outlook.com (formerly Hotmail). Some features in Outlook require an Exchange account, which is provided by your organization, Office 365, and some Internet hosting providers. To check your account type in Outlook: In the main Outlook window, choose File
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Import email, contacts, and calendar from an Outlook .pst file

The following instructions assume you've already exported your Outlook email, contacts, and calendar from another instance of Outlook, and now you want to import them to Outlook 2016. At the top of your Outlook 2016 ribbon, choose
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