You can use the enhanced security features included in Microsoft Outlook 2007 to protect your e-mail and computer from malicious attacks that can arrive in the form of incoming e-mail messages. The program also provides you with tools used to archive and manage the size of your mailbox to ensure that you can locally store your e-mail messages for future reference. With Outlook 2007 you can choose to work offline and access your e-mail messages without connecting to a server, and then synchronize Outlook with the server at a more convenient time. You can also connect to the Exchange Server using Outlook Web Access (OWA) at times when you do not have access to the Outlook application. OWA provides you with many of the same features that Outlook 2007 offers, but through a browser interface. This course demonstrates how to configure the security settings, offline access, and synchronization settings for Outlook 2007. The course also shows you how to access Outlook from the Internet, and how to archive data and manage your data file sizes.
Personnel at all levels of the enterprise; end users seeking competency in the advanced functionality of Microsoft Outlook 2007.
The Microsoft Office 2007: Beginning Outlook and Advanced Outlook learning paths or equivalent; basic knowledge of word processing and computing; familiarity with the Microsoft Windows and Office environments and an understanding of the Internet.