6. Export Outlook Contacts to vCard
Having your contacts saved as vCards makes sharing them across devices much easier. However, this is one of those Outlook tasks that will require a bit of patience. If you have 100’s of contacts that you would like to transfer to vCard, you’re out of luck: Outlook doesn’t actually have a way to transfer multiple contacts at once. You may want to look into a third party add-in to make the job easier. If you only require the transfer of a handful of names, however, then the steps to do that can be found here.
7. Recall an email in Outlook
Let’s face it, we have all done it, or at least almost been a victim of sending out an email to the wrong recipient. What if I told you there was a way to recall the email, and save you a bit of embarrassment and explaining? This is another one of those options that will require some patience to put in place, but it is also one that is easier than it seems. So, take a deep breath, calm your nerves, and get going! You might still be able to ‘unsend’ that email. Learn how to recall an email in Outlook 2013 here.
8. Fix Outlook Connectivity Problems
If you are connecting to the Outlook Exchange Server, you may come across some connectivity issues at some point. This usually falls into the hands of an I.T. department, but if you’re at home and need to figure out what needs to be done, don’t fret, you might be able to fix your Outlook connectivity problems from home.
9. Sort by Unread emails in Outlook
By default, your inbox will sort itself by the dates the messages were received. This works for many people, but if you receive tons of email every day, then maybe you prefer a different method of sorting. Here’s how you can sort by unread in Outlook 2013.
10. Color Code emails in Outlook
Color coding, or ‘conditional formatting’ in Outlook, is just a way to allow better organization of all of your emails when things get a little crazy in your inbox. You can make certain types of emails stand out by making the lettering bold, or red, or bigger. You can set things up however you deem appropriate. To learn more about color coding emails, go here.