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RIP Outlook – Hello Outlook on the Web … as an App

October 31, 2019

I’ve been on a bit of a quest lately to help rip Outlook (the software … you know, 2016, etc.) out of users hands. It is what they know and think they need … but they don’t, and it is inferior. Outlook on the Web is where all the action is happening, no OST, less Read More

Inbox Zero in the Office 365 Ecosystem

May 4, 2019

I took part in a neat event the other day at a local Meetup called “Lighten the Load: Tech Tools for Not for Profits“, run by the local NetSquared NonProfit group. It was a fun evening with great food (and Bourbon!) and a bunch of folks each took turns sharing their favourite technology tip, in Read More

Quick Video Tip – How to use Quick Parts in Outlook 2016

May 11, 2018

I’ve shared this so many times in person to great excitement by others that I thought I’d take a second to make a video of it. Enjoy.

Inbox Un-Insanity – Follow Up and editing previous emails

December 24, 2015

What I thought I’d share a “Pro Tip” today. Perhaps it doesn’t work for everyone but here’s the “Why” for me. I’m an “Inbox Zero” kind of guy and strive to get there every day. I do most days, so pat on the back to me 😉 However, I don’t like the “weight” of tasks. Read More

Yay, Clutter is here…

November 11, 2014

Ok, never thought I’d say that.  Clutter (perhaps there was a better word for it, I personally always had a “Noise” folder with rules assigned in my Outlook for stuff that didn’t matter and occassionally got housecleaned –  but not to say “Noise” was any better) is here, for Office 365/Exchange Online, Outlook Web Access Read More

How to move an existing email conversation to Yammer

November 8, 2014

I’ve started putting together some short videos for common tasks, tips, tricks and questions I get.  I’ve always been an advocate of the concept that a picture is worth a 1000 words (thus my undying love for SnagIt). But lately I’ve been thinking, “screw 1000 words, a video must be worth 10,000 words right?”  So, Read More

ActiveSync even easier to setup in 2013 Refresh of Office 365 but a heads up

May 12, 2013

What Good news.  ActiveSync doesn’t require you to know your “pod” (server) anymore when connecting ActiveSync to Exchange that has been upgraded in the Office 2013 refresh (wallbridge.com just got upgraded in the last 3 days).  The bad news is you may need to reset your ActiveSync settings as you may have an old Server Read More

My preferred Outlook Junk E-mail Settings

September 13, 2012

This came up this morning so I thought I’d take a second to speak to it. For one, this not is by any means complete. There are hundreds of ways to combat spam (SPF/SenderID, RBLs, Heuristics, White/Black/Gray/Red/Green lists, International suffixes, the list goes on). All I want to point out here is what I think Read More

Office 365 Transition Notes – transitioning my family was a snap, once I stopped trying to outgeek the process

July 2, 2012

Well, I had a pretty painful Office 365 transition for wallbridge.com this past weekend. However, I can now honestly say that most of it was my fault.  And the reason is, I signed up for the P1 plan which has no human support (just community/forum posts) and that I was simply too impatient. Basically, between Read More

How to get the SMTP Message Headers in various Outlook Versions

May 3, 2012

If you are trying to determine the IP of the sender of a bullsh#t email message (A spammer), you’ll want to get the info from the message headers. Below are the various methods to get it as Outlook has changed the interface with every version. Note, you need the original message. If someone forwards a Read More

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