Microsoft is releasing a new version of Office X in the spring of 2001, and this will include a new version of Outlook. Outlook is by far the most prevalent corporate e-mail package in use, and is increasingly popular with end users. There are substantial changes to Outlook in Office X - many enhanced user features as well as streamlined set up and configuration options. This book fully explains e-mail functions, from filtering unwanted messages to collaborative review of documents over e-mail and contact management scheduling, calendars and more. It is written in easy-to-understand language with topics organized so readers can find information quickly. "Outlook X The Complete Reference" provides explanations and step by step examples with screenshots to teach all that this powerful programme has to offer. New web influence is prevalent in Outlook X - bringing the browser paradigm directly into Outlook for ease of use, and new administrator-friendly methods exist for adding new e-mail accounts, address books and personal folders.