When I use my Outlook.com account via the browser rather than in Outlook, I seem to miss some basic features or I simply can’t seem to find them.
For instance, how can I Forward a message or use Reply All?
Also, I can’t seem to find the Printing option. I’ve tried printing with the printing feature from my browser, but that looks very ugly as it simply prints the entire screen.
Where can I find these commands? ► Continue to the answer
With the latest update for Outlook 2016, I noticed that I no longer have the Advanced Find feature. Is this a bug or was this an intentional change?
I regularly use Advanced Find for search queries that I can’t seem to perform via the small Search box at the top of my message list.
Is there any way to to get Advanced Find back in Outlook 2016? ► Continue to the answer
When I use Outlook on the Web (OWA), and then hover with my mouse over a message, the following Quick Action icons become visible;
- Mark as Read/Unread
I sometimes have a bit of a “trigger finger” and worry that I might hit the Delete icon by mistake. Also, as Outlook on the Desktop doesn’t support the Pin feature, I don’t use that either.
Can I somehow disable some of these Quick Action icons and assign other commands to them like Archive or Move? ► Continue to the answer
When I receive an email and select its attachment, Outlook automatically switches to the Attachments tab.
I hardly use any of the commands on the Attachments tab and I much rather like to stay on the more useful Home or Message tab so that I can directly Reply, Categorize, Archive, Move, apply a Quick Step, or whatever without the need for an extra click.
Can I make Outlook stay on the Home or Message tab when I select an attachment? ► Continue to the answer
When I’m using Outlook on the Desktop, it is quite easy to enable the option to request a read receipt.
However, when I’m using Outlook in a browser, I don’t seem to have this option.
How can I request for a Read Receipt when using Outlook on the Web? ► Continue to the answer
I received an interesting message which I wanted to read later so I’ve let it Unread but now it is gone.
I’ve found out that it was recalled by the sender but I don’t think it should have been for reasons I won’t go into here.
Is there any way I can still get this message back? ► Continue to the answer
I have multiple accounts configured in Outlook. When I create a new message, it automatically selects the sending account based on the folder that I’m currently in, instead of using the default configured account.
Is there any way to disable this? ► Continue to the answer
I noticed that Outlook now converts typed smiley faces in actual colorful smiley face emoji when composing a message.
That’s cute and all but there are of course many more emoji and more constantly being added. I therefor had the following questions regarding emoji support in Outlook;
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- Which emoji are currently being supported?
- How do I insert these emoji?
- Are more emoji being added?
I remember that in older versions of Outlook, Meeting items in the Calendar had an icon of 2 heads on them. This allowed you to easily tell them apart from Appointment items.
Is there any way to get this back or otherwise have some other indicator to easily see what is an Appointment and what is a Meeting item? ► Continue to the answer