Software: Microsoft Outlook Digest

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This is a digest of Microsoft Outlook posts here at the Technology for Real Estate Professionals blog. If you would like more information about an Excel feature I have not yet discussed, please click comments and post your questions or suggestions here or contact me.

Thanks for reading!

Frank Jewett


Microsoft Outlook Digest

Software: Microsoft Outlook - An overview of the components of Microsoft Outlook.

Software: Using Outlook To Read Webmail - Links to instuctions on how to setup Outlook to read from a webmail account.

Software: Organize Incoming Mail With Outlook - Instructions on how to create Outlook rules to automatically sort incoming mail into subfolders.

Software: Importing Contacts From Excel Into Outlook - Instructions for importing contacts from Excel into Outlook to avoid the dreaded "no named ranges" error message.

Software: Outlook Contact Folders And E-Mail Merging - An overview of how to organize Outlook contacts to support e-mail merging from Microsoft Word.

Software: Managing Client Relationships with Outlook 2007 - How to use Outlook as a client relationship manager and how to show the contact linking button on all forms in Outlook 2007.


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Dagmar Sands
Real Estate International, Inc. - Johns Creek, GA
International Real Estate Agent, CIPS, FIPC, ABR

Wow, thank you so much Frank.  These are exactly some of the points I need to know about.  I am
trying to merge my cardscan into top Producer and into my Outlook.  I hope to find some answers to the questions I have on these links.  Thanks a million!  Dagmar Sands

Jul 12, 2008 07:01 PM #1
Frank Jewett
tech4REpros - San Jose, CA

Dagmar, many programs will import from and export to Outlook directly, but if they don't, they key is to get your data into CSV (comma seperated values) format.  Most programs will import from and export to CSV files, though you may need to manually match fields to make sure all the data ends up in the right places.

Jul 12, 2008 07:14 PM #2
Norma J. Elkins
Elite Realty Group - Morristown, TN
Realtor - Elkins Home Selling Team

Thanks for sharing!

Jul 13, 2008 09:51 AM #3
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