Managing E-Mail Messages
* Lesson 3 - USING E-MAIL 3.3 - MANAGING E-MAIL MESSAGES
 Managing E-Mail Messages [Managing E-Mail Messages]
Imagine that you receive about 30 e-mail messages everyday from different
people all over the world. They may be your friends, relatives, or business
colleagues. Suppose, you have to take some action this week on an e-mail
message you received last week. If you have not organized your e-mail
messages, you will likely spend time searching for that particular e-mail
message. Just like you organize all your important papers in separate files
or folders and discard unwanted papers, you need to organize your e-mail
messages. It is always a good practice to read your e-mail messages every
day, delete unnecessary ones, and organize the useful e-mail messages in
separate folders according to their content.
Most e-mail programs provide various options to manage your e-mail
messages. Windows Mail is a local e-mail client that comes with Windows
Vista, and it has a number of tools that help you organize your messages.
In this simulated lab, you will explore how to manage your e-mail messages.
Click to launch the exercise. Follow the steps to complete the exercise.
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