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    Do you try to manage your Outlook inbox by making sure all communications have been read and addressed? Is your ultimate goal to achieve "Inbox Zero," in which you delete, delegate, respond and defer until your email inbox only contains tumbleweeds? If so, we can help.

    For some people, their inboxes double as file storage, and they save all received attachments. Rather than deleting messages as issues have been resolved, they keep them for reference ... though they know not when that will be. It's not the most efficient means of archiving documents, and Microsoft OneDrive is likely a better storage alternative. Those folks may yearn for Inbox Zero, but their work requires them to be part of distribution lists that might not necessarily always pertain to them. Thankfully, Outlook offers a few ways to quickly sift through messages to find specific items. Let's take a look.

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    04-18-2017 07:10 AM

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