I know what you’re thinking … you work in SharePoint day in and day out, designing custom workflows and building servers and installing updates, why are you writing about Outlook? The answer is simple. If you’ve worked anywhere and had a cubicle in the last 15 years, you likely use Outlook to get and send email. Even though we all use Outlook, there are features (some new, some not) that if you take the time, can help your day to day be a LITTLE easier. I’m not saying this features will make you coffee or solve world peace, but every bit helps right? Let’s look at 8 great features in the latest iteration of Outlook (2013).
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