Sometimes there are also problems with Outlook mail; in this case, you can use the safe mode, which can be activated with the “outlook/safe” command. Outlook can be started from the command line [Win+R] as described above.
By default, Outlook automatically converts ASCII emoticons into images. If you type 😉 or ;-), for example, it becomes a winking smiley. If you don’t want this, you can prevent the conversion. Once the graphic is displayed, hover over it with the mouse pointer.
Anyone who receives a copy of an email is only being informed of what is in the message, they usually don’t need to reply, but a common problem is that in the conversations that start, others simply use the Reply to all button, so all the replies end up in our inbox (too). A communication process that can last for days, weeks, and our already swollen inbox becomes increasingly full – even though the conversation is not really taking place, and the letters that are like pastry are usually thrown straight in the bin. Luckily, Outlook has a feature that allows you to put an end to this.
All e-mails written with Microsoft Outlook have Calibri as the default font with 11 point font size. If you want to write a message using a different font, you can choose the font you want in the usual way, but you also have the option to change the default font itself.