Here’re 5 more useful features in Outlook 2010:
- Right To Left Text Direction: Selecting option’ll make your editing experience more Right to Left like, as shown in subject line, sentence’s aligned to the right and written from right to left. Also notice the caret’s now on the left of the sentence.
- E-mail encoding lets your select the Preferred encoding for outgoing messages. Click Office button, then Options, then Advanced and under International options – you’ll see setting as displayed:
- Block Junk E-mail By International Domain and Encoding: To get here, click on the Junk button when you are looking at an e-mail that you feel is junk, then click on Junk E-Mail Options… as indicated below:
Under International tab of Junk E-mail Options, there’re options for Blocked Top-Level Domain List and Blocked Encoding List. With this option, you no longer’ve to block senders one by one!
- Contact Index Bar follows current format in Regional and Language Options on your system. For East Asian users, sorting by stroke count is very common. In the Contact Index Bar, the index is shown by number of strokes instead of the pronunciation alphabet.
- Secondary Index Bar: If your contacts folder contains names in more than one language, it’ll be a challenge to switch current format in Regional and Language Options to get index bar you want each time. Simply click on Secondary Index Bar button located at bottom of Contact Index Bar and select additional index bar you like.
In the example below, Cyrillic has been selected for Secondary Index Bar and two sets of index bars are shown side by side.
Source:→ Office Global blog