Change for Students and Faculty 

Frequently Asked Questions 


Along with the change, Microsoft Outlook 2010 will be made ​​available for staff and faculty of Kozminski University. To smoothly start using the new program, we encourage you to read the materials below.

The basics of Outlook 2010

If you want to learn how to perform basic tasks in Outlook 2010, such as creating a message and reply, handling attachments, searching for emails or adding captions to the news, We invite you to get  familiar with the following film:

The basics of Outlook 2010 [PDF]

View messages in a conversation

E-mail messages stored in your Inbox are sorted by date and conversation by default. Messages with the same subject are grouped in conversations, this allows for faster viewing and performing appropriate actions with fewer clicks. To learn more about it, read this guide:

Conversation in Outlook 2010 [PDF]


Easier common tasks performing

The Quick Steps feature allows to perform many tasks with one click.

For example, if you often find yourself moving messages to a certain folder, performing a quick step you can move a message with one click. 

To learn more about it, we encourage you to get familiar with video tutorial:

Quick Steps in Outlook 2010  [PDF]

Using the calendar, tasks and notes in Outlook 2010

To familiarize yourself with the features of Outlook 2010 and it's support for calendar, tasks and notes, read this guide:

Calendar, tasks and notes in Outlook 2010 [PDF]


Set auto responses in time of your absence with Outlook 2010

Microsoft Outlook 2010 can be configured to automatically respond to e-mail to the user. This is helpful in informing others about the possibility of delayed or absent response. The following tutorial describes how to enable function of the automatic reply: 

Auto responses in the time of absence [PDF]


Using the rules in Outlook 2010

The rule is an action that Microsoft Outlook does automatically for sent or received  messages based on defined conditions, such as moving all messages from a particular person to a folder other than Inbox.

If you regularly receive e-mail from specific groups or persons, or on specific topics, you can create a folder for each group, person or any subject, as well as the rule that automatically moves all the related messages immediately after being received, to those folders.

To learn more about creating and using rules, we encourage you to familiarize yourself with this guide:

Creation and use of rules in Outlook 2010 [PDF]

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