Different versions of Outlook have different settings and need different steps to download and export contacts to a CSV format.
In this article, we will show you how to export contacts from below listed versions of Outlook: (more…)
You have spent the last 3 agonizing days preparing a 60min presentation for your dissertation defense that runs into hundreds of megabytes.
Tired, but not giving up, you go for 30 minutes quick reversals, only to realize that you have less than 40 minutes to submit the presentation to a dozen, mean supervisors before the actual presentations begin. (more…)
The thing is, people hate being lumped into a group – they want to be addressed personally. But, there are still big groups out there who still don’t know how to send personalized email to a group. In fact, to avoid making the gross mistake, some people have resorted to copying and pasting the email addresses over and over until everyone gets their message. The bad thing about it? It eats on your productive time. (more…)
You are planning for an excellent product launch. For that, you have decided to pitch industry leaders, top influencers, and bloggers to help you spread your product announcement. You’ve built your product promotion checklist to create the best out of it. Now, you have started outreaching them with a stunning cold email that you have created and hit the “send” button and now waiting for them to answer.
Do you really need to wait to know whether they have opened your email or not?
Of course not. You can track your email if they have opened or not. Whether you send it from Gmail or Outlook or any other email client, you will be able to know who and when someone opened your email pitch. Moreover, you can measure the success rate by tracking the open, reply, and click rate at the same time.
When it gets to emails, the impression you make – on your customers, readers, clients, friends etc – dictates whether your email(s) will be read or not. One way of doing that is by carefully choosing the “from” name that won’t stir resentment. Otherwise, your open rates may take a nosedive.
There are many other reasons though why someone would want to make the changes.
This post discusses what happens when you send your email and how to change your email name.
You have spent the whole day crafting stellar emails for your campaign. Then you open your Outlook and schedule when they need to be delivered. After checking your email reports after a week of hard work, you don’t see any activity.
Looks like Outlook deliberately decided to betray your trust? Like many other disgruntled Outlookers, you must be wondering why on earth would such a popular email client have to be opened to send a delayed message. That’s when you wish you would travel back in time and furiously hit that Send button.
Fortunately, there is a convenient workaround for the “Delay delivery with outlook closed” problem.