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  • http://zanesmilkmachine.blogspot.com Michelle Pendergrass

    Egads, the man is a hacker and has looked at my inboxes. Uhm. Yeah. There’s more than one inbox, like three. Maybe four. That’s all I’ll admit to.

  • John L.

    I completely agree. I just finished cleaning out my inbox and it gave me a great sense of accomplishment. Now I can focus on and respond to new emails as they come in, rather than facing a mass of emails every day.

    I’ve also learned to use the flags in Outlook to identify emails I need to follow-up on, when I can’t follow up immediately. Other add-ons provide additional functionality, but the built-in functionality in Outlook is sufficient for me — flag it Orange if I need something from someone else; Blue for lower priority items; Red for short-term needs; etc.

    Keep up the good work. I enjoy reading your posts.

  • http://www.jenniferrothschild.com Phil Rothschild

    Talk about hitting a “felt need.” I’m feeling it. Let’s hear it. Philip

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