Did You Know…How to Manage Email across Devices?

by | Jul 9, 2013 | Uncategorized

Task: Many of us use multiple electronic devices to manage our business and personal life – like a laptop, an iPhone, and an iPad.  Using multiple devices can mean your emails are not centrally organized, because they are being stored in multiple places. You want to maintain, organize, and archive email in Outlook on your laptop or desktop.

Solution: Send/store a copy of all new messages and replies from an iPhone or iPad back to Outlook on the laptop for storage in a central repository.

How: Have every message you send from your iPhone or iPad automatically put in your sent folder in Outlook. This will centralize all of your sent messages from multiple devices in one location where you can reference or archive them.  To see a step-by-step process, check out this helpful article entitled Mail, Mail, Everywhere! Managing Email across Multiple Devices.

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John Ahlberg, CEO, Waident Technology Solutions

John Ahlberg
CEO, Waident

CIO in the corporate world and now for Waident clients. John injects order and technology into business process to keep employees productive, enterprises running, and data safe.

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