In this part of the book, you’ll learn to use Outlook, Office’s heavy-duty e-mail and organizer program. Outlook covers four main areas:
: Outlook calls it Mail, but most of us call it e-mail—and it’s the most important part of Outlook. I’ll cover e-mail in this chapter.
: Outlook provides a digital address book on steroids for storing the details of your contacts and keeping in touch with them. Chapter 21 explains how to work with contacts in Outlook.
: Outlook can help you keep tabs on your appointments, whether they occur once only or at regular intervals. Chapter 22 shows you how to manage your calendar with Outlook.
: Outlook provides a robust task list that you can use not only to track your own commitment but also offload them onto your colleagues. Chapter 23 teaches you how to organize your life with tasks.