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How to see multiple Calendars in one Calendar view

You can create and use more than one calendar in Outlook. Also, you can open a Calendar shared by other person or even several people (see How to open received calendar), or you can use several Calendars of your own (see How to create a new Calendar in Outlook).

How to create a new Calendar in Outlook

If you organize your Calendar event, you may need to create different Calendars for business and personal events. Or you may need to separate Calendars for different businesses and, for example, events specific to the client (to see public holidays of your clients), etc.

How to send a Calendar Event as attachment

To simplify your work in Outlook, you can send your Calendar to somebody. But sometimes you need to send just one calendar event, and you can do this in Outlook in two clicks!

How to create a hierarchy of Contact Groups in Outlook

When you work with a lot of contacts, you may need to create two different Contact Group with a small difference – the bigger one should contain all members from the smaller one and some additional members. The main point is, if the smaller Contact Group has been updated, the bigger one should include those changes.

How to copy the Contact Group into another

When you organize your Contacts, you may need to create a new Contact Group that will contain a lot of members from an existing Contact Group. Sure, you can create a new Contact Group and add all members manually, but if there are too many members, it will be easier to copy an existing Contact Group and delete or add some members.

How to unblock a sender in Outlook

Now we receive a lot of messages. Some messages have been marked as junk mail automatically or by some rules, but sometimes you really need to receive those emails.
For example, subscriptions or regular reports often marked as junk mails.
You can unblock any sender in Outlook easy and fast.

How to block a sender in Outlook

Today we receive a lot of messages. It is nice, if your administrator configured anti-spam rules, but sometimes you need to block some senders. You can block any sender in Outlook in a few steps.

Simplifying tasks using Quick Steps

Some Outlook actions take multiple steps to complete, such as the process of replying to a message and then deleting it, or to forward some e-mails to a boss. This tip is how to simplify some routines using Quick Steps.

How to automate repetitive actions in Outlook using Quick Steps

To organize your Outlook messages, you can create different Rules, but sometimes you don’t want or can’t create a rule for some messages because of “human factor”. E.g., some of your colleagues or friends doesn’t use the correct words in the subject, doesn’t use the agreed rules for messages.

How to auto respond for some messages

It is polite to reply to every received message, even if you don’t have a time to process the message. For example, if you receive a lot of CVs, you can automatically reply to every message, and, just when you have a time, process them and send an appropriate e-mail with the detailed information.