Outlook

An email signature is a block of text that is automatically inserted at the end of outgoing email messages. Typically, email signatures are used to provide the email recipient with your contact information or other relevant details (name, email address, office phone number, website URL, etc.). This page provides instructions on how to set up & manage email signatures in Microsoft Outlook.

What is a Shared Mailbox?

A Shared Mailbox is a mailbox that allows multiple users to read and send messages. Shared Mailboxes are typically email addresses that are used as a centralized point of contact (for example: a Human Resources...

What are Mail Rules?

Mail rules, also known as email filters, are used to automatically perform a set of actions on incoming and outgoing email messages, the actions are executed when a specified set of criteria is met. Mail Rules let you filter...

What is a Persona?

Zimbra comes equipped with a Persona feature, a Zimbra Persona allows you to create a separate email identity to manage different types of emails. For example, you can create a business persona for your business email and a...

The first time you open Microsoft Outlook after the Zimbra Connector for Outlook is installed and configured, your Outlook mailbox automatically synchronizes with the ITG Zimbra server. This initial synchronization can take some time to complete...

Expecting an important mail message from a particular sender? Identify it as soon as it comes in by displaying it in a distinctive color. You can make use of Conditional Formatting to easily filter & identify email messages.

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It is often impossible to find time to organize and unclutter your mailbox. Many email clients have built-in tools to help you gain control over your emails. Here are a few tips on how to sort, store, and search your mailbox effectively:

  1. Sort...