Send/Receive in Outlook 2003
In some situation you want to send your vCard in every e-mail. This lets recipients enter the information in their address book quickly and without errors.
Outlook offers you the capability to schedule an e-mail to be sent at the specified date and time in the future.
In order to increase the speed of opening e-mail messages and reduce risks involved with opening of unsolicited messages, you can switch Outlook to the plain text reading mode.
For replies and forwarded messages, you can choose to attach the original text, to include and indent the text, or to add a prefix to each line of the original message or reply without including the original text.
You can use the Send/Receive Settings to specify a limit on message size for messages downloaded in the Inbox.
Sometimes it is to your advantage to not download an entire e-mail from your mail server, such as when you have a slow Internet connection or you want to start looking through many e-mail messages for a particular one as soon as possible. Outlook offers the capability to download only the e-mail header, which includes the sender and the subject of the e-mail, and display these onscreen before downloading the message itself.
If you want to be sure that someone has received your message, you can request a delivery receipt.
Usually, in order to forward a e-mail, you just need to open it and press the Forward button, but not in the case when you need to forward multiple e-mail at once. Fortunately there is a simple solution.
You can configure Outlook to display a message of your choice when a new e-mail arrives.
If you have Outlook configured to automatically check for new e-mails at predefined intervals, you will probably want to be notified when a new e-mail has arrived.