Tips for working with Outlook
Adding your photo in Outlook
You can a photo of yourself to your email profile in order to have it display for others in Outlook or Outlook Web App (Webmail).
Find out how: Adding your photo to Outlook
You can adjust MS Outlook and MS Office Web App (OWA) for daylight savings, depending on your location.
Find out how: Adjusting for Daylight Savings
You can now search your full mailbox (and all folders) in Outlook 2010 with the powerful search tools.
Find out how: Searching in Outlook
The calendaring system in Office 365 is a powerful tool for scheduling and collaboration.
You can create two types of entries in your calendar:
- Appointments are activities that you schedule in your calendar that do not involve inviting other people or reserving resources.By designating each appointment as busy, free, tentative, or out of office, other people will know your availability.
- Meetings are appointments that include other people and can include resources (such as rooms). Attendees will accept your meeting request that will then add that meeting to their calendar.
Find out how to create appointments: Creating appointments
Find out how to create meetings: Creating meetings
Note: These Calandar help guides assume use of Outlook 2010 for Windows. However, the concepts covered are valid for both Outlook 2011 for Mac and Outlook Web App.
Updated: 08 October 2012