Email addresses in the Bcc field are not visible to the To and Cc fields' recipients and each other. Enable the Bcc (blind carbon copy) field in the Outlook message window and add her/his address to Bcc to send a copy of the email to the recipient that should not be visible to other recipients.
Stationery provides an easy way to create a visual Outlook template with custom
background color and image, fonts, bullets, colors, and effects. Unlike an email message
template that includes both visual appearance and text, the stationery consists of visual
appearance only. The default stationery applies to new emails, replies, and forwards. Thus,
if you need an Outlook template for branded messages, you should use the custom stationery
instead of the email template.
Time to time, when you send an email, you need to keep the text of the previous messages intact.
E.g., if you use AutoCorrect in Outlook to check errors before sending any message, but you need
to keep original text without any changes.
From time to time when you send some email to your colleagues such as meeting protocol, in which
you ask somebody to do something. Outlook proposes one feature as @mentions that
can help to:
Time to time, when you send an email, you need to be sure that this email has been delivered to the
recipient. In Outlook, you can ask for two different receipts: a delivery receipt and a read receipt.
By default, hyperlinks are opened by clicking with pressing or holding Ctrl, but you can
turn off this function.
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!
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 get lots of CVs and cover letters, you can automatically send a reply to every email, and,
just when you have time, process them and send an appropriate email with detailed information.