It’s somewhat amusing to see Microsoft take a pop at Google – it’s a bit like seeing kids going at it then saying “Miss, Miss, they started it Miss!“. This recent incident was regarding electronic mail sync services.
How many times have you received an email with a large attachment, only to find the attachment is simply a company logo? Or worse still, a badly formatted HTML “corporate e-mail footer” with the popular 250 word, or more, disclaimer.
If you have them configured in Microsoft Outlook, PST (Personal Storage Table) files are where most of your Outlook activities are stored, including electronic mail, attachments, calendar items, contacts, tasks and notes. Dealing with oversize PST files can be troublesome but the task can be made much easier with the help of a simple add-in.
In previous versions of Outlook, prior to 2010, it was possible to colour code incoming emails for quicker visual checking. This was achieved by going into Tools, Organize, Using Colours (on the left hand side), selecting From in the Color …