Does Microsoft Outlook encrypt email?

Answer Microsoft Outlook supports email encryption using the 3DES algorithm, or RC2 for older operating systems. Encryption is not enabled by default; you must have a digital certificate for your recipien... Read More »

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Where does Microsoft Outlook store email and contact information?

Microsoft Outlook stores tasks, notes, emails and contacts in what is called a Personal Folder file. This file has a .pst extension and is stored in the Outlook folder within the Application Data f... Read More »

How do I access my Microsoft Outlook email?

Go to the Start menu icon in the lower left corner of the screen. Microsoft Outlook can often be accessed directly from this menu. However, if it is not readily available, it can still be accessed.... Read More »

How do I email to a fax number in Microsoft Outlook?

Send an Email to a Fax NumberIn Microsoft Outlook, click "File." Then select "New" and click "Internet Fax" (in Outlook 2007) or "Fax" (in Outlook 2003). If you are sending an email to a fax number... Read More »

How do I use Microsoft Outlook to read email?

Select "Outlook" from the Start menu to open the program. Select "Inbox," and double-click the email you wish to read. You can change the view of the email by selecting "View" at the top of the O... Read More »