Send/Receive in Outlook 2013 2010 2007 2003

Limiting the incoming message size

You can use the Send/Receive Settings to specify a limit on message size for messages downloaded in the Inbox.

How to forward multiple E-mails

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.

How to specify a Custom Message in the New Mail Alert

You can configure Outlook to display a message of your choice when a new e-mail arrives.

How to personalize the new E-mail notification options

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.

Reply and Forward Options

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.

How to request a Receipt

If you want to be sure that someone has received your message, you can request a delivery receipt.

Attaching a Business Card to a message

With Outlook, you can send a copy of a contact item in vCard format, a standard format for exchanging contact information. This allows the recipient to import the contact data into a contact management program, assuming that the recipient's program supports the vCard standard (as most do).

Send an E-mail later

Outlook offers you the capability to schedule an e-mail to be sent at the specified date and time in the future.

Display all received E-mails in plain text

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.

Sending a Business Card in every new message

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.