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Student life made easier with Outlook 2010
Manage multiple mailboxes with Outlook
Chances are you have more than one email account ó a school account, and one or more personal accounts. Do you login to multiple sites to check your messages? With Outlook 2010, you can view all your accounts all in one place.
To get started, click the File tab which opens the new Backstage view. Click Add Account and then follow the step-by-step instructions for adding your email account to Outlook. For most accounts, all you need to know is your email address and password.
Iíve added my Windows Live Hotmail account to Outlook in addition to my corporate Microsoft mailbox. Now I can easily view messages and contacts from both accounts in Outlook. I love the convenience. If you use multiple accounts with Outlook, leave a comment below and tell us about your experience. You can find more set up instructions, on Office.com.
Facebook updates in Outlook
When you receive new messages, you can also catch up with the senderís status updates on Facebook using the Outlook Social Connector. The Social Connector lets you view updates from your favorite social networks such as Facebook, LinkedIn, MySpace and Windows Live Messenger without leaving Outlook. The People Pane appears beneath the Reading Pane and displays updates from social networks, as well as messages, meetings, and file attachments that you and the recipient have exchanged.
To connect to your favorite social networks, download the provider add-ins from Office.com.
The Outlook Social Connector is included in Outlook 2010. If youíre using Office Outlook 2007 or Office Outlook 2003, thereís a download available so you too can start using the Outlook Social Connector.
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