Today's new thing is brief because it's so easy there isn't much to say about it.
The instructions for setting up Outlook in Office 2003 looked like this:
Four pages, several screens, a number of questions to answer.
The new instructions look like this:
That's right just two simple questions:
Since all your current email is stored on the server, Outlook automatically loads that for you. You will still need to copy over your archive files if you're switching from an old computer to a new one, but at this point you're ready to receive, read, and reply to your email. For new staff (once they've received their Net-ID and Exchange accounts) these are the only steps they'll need to complete.Posted by dcoates at January 16, 2007 09:25 AM