Outlook is much more than just an e-mail client. It includes contact, calendar, notes, task, and journal tools, all tightly integrated to give users quick access to vital information, and fast, easy ways to share that information. You can arrange virtual conferences with NetMeeting, send Office documents through Outlook Mail, and save calendars as Web pages and publish them to the Web.
"Outlook has more than its share of quirks and nuances," says Syroid. "It has a steep learning curve, but once you progress through that curve, you'll find that it is a powerful and flexible program (ok, maybe too flexible--but flexible nevertheless). There's not a lot that you cannot do with Outlook, given a little patience (well, ok, sometimes a lot of patience) and a healthy dose of ingenuity." Outlook 2000 in a Nutshell is designed for users who want to tap into Outlook's full--and often surprising--potential.
Outlook 2000 in a Nutshell is a must-read for any user who wants to get as much out of this software as possible without wasting time weeding through hundreds of pages of useless information.
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