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Digital ID in Outlook 2010

Digital ID in Outlook 2010

A Digital ID, also known as a digital certificate, helps prevent message tampering to protect authenticity of an email message. A digital signature adds a unique code to a message which only comes from the digital ID held by the true sender. These next steps will guide you to get a digital ID for sending […]

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Create Electronic Business Cards on Outlook 2010

Create Electronic Business Cards on Outlook 2010

Electronic Business cards make it simpler to view, share contact information and become more professional. These next steps will show you how to create electronic business cards and send electronic business cards to other people. i. Create a Business Card 1. Go to your [Contacts] -> [Home] tab -> [New] group then click [New Contact]. […]

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Microsoft Exchange, Outlook, Outlook 2010

What is an Exchange Server Account?

Microsoft Outlook 2010 supports several account types. For email accounts, the most common account types are Microsoft Exchange Server, POP3, IMAP, and Windows Live Hotmail. Some features in Outlook 2010 require a Microsoft Exchange Server account. Exchange is a collaborative communications server that is used by many organizations. Microsoft Office 365 includes Exchange Online. Some […]

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Retention Policies

Retention Policies on Outlook 2010

Retention policies are part of messaging records management (MRM) technology that is available with Microsoft Exchange Server 2010. MRM makes things easier to comply with organization policy, government regulations, or legal needs, and to remove content that no longer has legal or business value. Organizations create default retention policies for all mail items in an […]

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Creating a template in OneNote 2010

Creating a template in OneNote 2010

A template in OneNote 2010 is designed with pre-existing structure, styles, and layouts making it easier for end-users to take notes. Using a template to create the framework of your notebook can save you time by not needing to create one from scratch. Instead of starting with a completely blank page, all you have to […]

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Protect your notes with a password in OneNote 2010

Protect your notes with a password in OneNote 2010

Microsoft OneNote 2010 has password protection which is designed to help keep your notes safe from others. Whether you keep your notes for school, work, or personal record, password protection prevents sensitive information from being shown. i. Apply a password to a section 1. Right-click the tab of the section that you want to protect […]

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