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Top 5 Microsoft Outlook tips of 2008

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The numbers have been tallied. Here are the top five Microsoft Outlook tips of 2008, according to viewership. From controlling .PST file size and usage to using Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007 (OCS 2007) to uncovering Outlook 2007's hidden diagnostic tools, these Outlook topics were your top picks for 2008.

This was first published in December 2008

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#1    Controlling Microsoft Outlook .PST file size and usage via the registry
Although it can clear up space in your mailbox quota, storing too much email in local or network .PST files may bring about unexpected consequences. Learn how to control and prevent Microsoft Outlook .PST problems by implementing registry keys that manage ANSI- and Unicode-based .PST file size and usage.
#2    Install the Outlook Connector to use Hotmail in Microsoft Outlook
This tip will help you install and configure the Microsoft Outlook Connector, an add-in that allows you to access and send Microsoft Windows Live Hotmail email messages through Outlook in an Exchange Server environment.
#3    Preview PDF files from Microsoft Outlook 2007 and Windows Vista
If you've recently discovered that Microsoft Outlook 2007 and Windows Vista do not have a built-in application for PDF file previews, discover this free PDF preview handler that will allow you to forego downloading Adobe Acrobat Reader.
#4    How Microsoft Office Communicator enhances Outlook 2007 functionality
Learn about Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007, its similarities with Unified Messaging (UM) in Exchange Server 2007, and how it integrates with Microsoft Outlook 2007 for added functionality.
#5    Uncovering Microsoft Outlook 2007's hidden diagnostic tools
For the most part, Microsoft Outlook 2007's automatic configuration features are problem-free. However, if any unforeseen issues do arise, there are some hidden diagnostic tools that can fix connectivity issues with Exchange Server.