Today I’m revisiting an old Ask the Admin question from 2011. Why? Because I’m constantly learning new things. This question came from Stan: I have a shared public calendar in Outlook 2007. Can I set it to notify sharing users of changed appointments? We found two workarounds. One was to create a public distribution list […]
I got this e-mail from Marcie: I am trying, for the first time to set a task in Outlook 2010. I would like the task to recur hourly, starting at 8:am and ending at 5:pm, every weekday. This reminder is to remind me to drink 8 oz. of water. My calendar is viewable by my […]
How to share a private distribution list in Microsoft Outlook.
Ask the Admin: Where to learn travel arrangements and calendaring.
We have another question today, this one from Sheila. Hi Jodith Is there a way in Microsoft outlook if you right click on properties for an appointment that you can see who created the appointment and when it was last edited and by whom? If there is a way to do that I would create […]
I had a request from a reader about setting up recurring tasks in Outlook on an hourly basis. I know of only two options, both of which are workarounds. After doing some Google searches, I haven’t found anything else better, though. Use the Snooze Button The first option is to set a daily recurring task […]
One of the biggest problems with Office 2007 is that the interface of the programs is very different from previous versions of Office. Tasks you can usually do with your eyes closed have become absurdly hard in 2007 simply because we have to relearn the interface. Once you figure out the interface, you’ll find that […]
Often as an administrative assistant (and very frequently as an executive assistant), you’ll have the job of monitoring and organizing your boss’s e-mail. This essentially entails reading through his new mail and either replying on his behalf, delegating the e-mail to one of her direct reports, or organizing e-mail that needs a response directly from […]
No, no, not your credit card. You’re e-mail account! We’ve all gotten the dreaded “You’re Over Your Limit” messages in our e-mail. There’s no better way to ruin a good day than to realize you must suddenly drastically reduce the size of your e-mail (or worse yet, your boss’s). You really only have two choices: […]
And we have another question about Microsoft Outlook, this time about scheduling e-mails. Json asked in his e-mail: Hi I read your article about setting up recurring tasks and wonder if there is any way to do automatic email reminders to my staff. My staff members have tasks with different due dates. For example, staff […]