Outlook

Outlook emojis

Outlook: How to use emojis in Outlook

A picture says more than a thousand words – this proverb also explains the immense popularity of emojis. Smileys, in particular, have long shaped digital communication and are a way for the sender to convey how they are feeling to the addressee. While they began their life in chat rooms and text messenger services, emojis have long since become a popular means of expression in Outlook and the...

Sending emails: Alternatives to Gmail

The best Gmail alternatives

Emails these days are quick to send – much quicker, indeed, than ordinary letters. Almost everyone has one or more email addresses, and the chances are pretty good that one is with Google: Gmail is one of the most popular and most used email services. But there are plenty of Gmail alternatives that stand out by offering you better protection for your personal data. We explain here what these email...

The Best Alternatives to Evernote

Alternatives to Evernote: A comparison of digital notebooks

Evernote is one of the most popular digital notebooks worldwide. It is characterised by its structured, multifunctional presentation. However, many useful features are included only in the paid premium version. We will show you which comparable programs are available and give you the best alternatives to Evernote.

Outlook: file size limit

Outlook: maximum file size limit explained

By default, the maximum attachment size in Outlook is 20 MB. However, if you use a mail server with an allowed file size of 25 MB and send emails via Outlook, you may need to extend the maximum size limit of an email in Outlook. We explain what to look for in Outlook’s attachment size limit and how to configure the maximum size.

How to print an Outlook email

How to print an Outlook email – tips for quick and simple printing

The paperless office is already a reality in many places – but sometimes you still want to read a physical, printed email. In this beginner-friendly article, we’ll show you how to print your mails easily and quickly in the Microsoft Outlook program. In addition, you will learn how to set up user-friendly icons and buttons in the menu bar that you can use for quick printing in Outlook 365.

Reasons to get your own email domain

Personal e-mail domains: professional communication on the web

A personal e-mail domain is a must in the commercial sphere. Conveying a professional image in your contact details will ensure that customers and businesses take you seriously. Find out about the advantages of having an individual mail domain and learn how to secure a personal e-mail address in just a few steps.

Free alternatives to Microsoft Outlook

Outlook: free and fee-based alternatives at a glance

Traditional email is still a big part of online communication for private and for business use, with many users typically opting for Outlook as their email client. But many private users and small businesses often look for Outlook alternatives, since Outlook can often end up being expensive. There are lots of excellent email programs that won’t break the bank.

Recover deleted emails in Outlook

Recover deleted emails in Outlook

You want to recover emails deleted in Outlook? No problem, if the email was deleted recently, then it’ll be in the bin. Even after emptying the recycle bin, though, permanently deleted emails can be recovered. Learn here how to recover deleted items in Outlook.

Deleting an Outlook email account

Deleting an email account from Outlook

With Outlook, you have all your email inboxes in view. The software makes it easy to manage multiple accounts. Not only different Microsoft accounts, but also other email service accounts can be integrated. If required, you can delete the account with just a few clicks. We’ll show you how.

Set Outlook as default mail client

Set Outlook as the default mail client: Here’s how

Do you work with different email programs at the same time, but don’t want to log in to email accounts separately? In that case you can use Microsoft Outlook as a central default program for all emails. If you set Outlook as the default email client, emails from different accounts can be sent and received in one user interface.


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