Microsoft Office Online: Create an effective reference system
Small things done consistently in strategic places have major impact.
February 17, 2006 at 3:42 pm
Microsoft’s version of GTD?
February 17, 2006 at 4:27 pm
Not really, GTD is doable with any tool, here it’s more “tips for using your 500 bucks software”.
February 17, 2006 at 7:09 pm
I will write an entry to explain why I posted links like this.
February 23, 2006 at 11:46 pm
My method of handling e-mail is:
— use the Outlook Express e-mail client with POP
— leave it all in the in-box. Don’t file or delete anything (Occasionally I copy something to a special folder) (If the Inbox becomes larger than 2Gbytes, NTFS cannot handle it, so occasionally I archive my in-box)
— turn off the feature that makes the e-mail “read” (not in bold type) automatically.
— when I have looked at e-mails, change them manually to “read” state.
— if I need to reply, reply immediately, or “flag” the e-mail.
— flag e-mails that need attention in the near future or that I might want to refer to again in the near future.
— forward all e-mails automatically to a gmail account, because it has very rapid search features. This allows me to find any e-mail quickly without filing it.
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