OWA 2003: The Top Eleven Hidden Features

Caught over at the Exchange Team blog, an article full of useful tips.

My new best friend is going to be the equals sign:

Putting an = in front of the e-mail alias that you are trying to resolve when composing a mail will automatically resolve it to any exact matches. Tired of typing johnr in to the To: line and being prompted as to whether you meant johnred or johnr or johnreb? Well no more, simply type in =johnr and the name will automatically resolve to johnr when you use the super nifty hotkey ctrl-k that you leaned about in hidden tip #1. This works in Outlook as well.

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Comments (2)

  1. His Grace the Duke of Talavera, K.G. says:

    Isn’t there a training thing for N00BS like yourself on how to use this sort of Very Advanced Software? Isn’t there a receptionist somewhere you can call for help?

    Have you talked with THE PAPERCLIP of late?

    If ever there was proof he’s necessary…

  2. Tristan K says:

    I demand clues as to your true identity. Caaaarn!

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