Your Internet service provider (ISP) or email administrator will provide you the configuration information which you must use to set up your email account in Outlook. Email accounts are contained in a profile. A profile consists of accounts, data files, and settings that specify where your email messages are saved. Your new profile is created automatically when you run Outlook for the first time.
You can open an attachment from the Reading Pane, or from an open message and you may save it to a disk drive. If a message has more than one attachment, you can save multiple attachments as a group or one by one.
Contacts can be added with simple information like name and e-mail address, or with detailed information such as street address, multiple phone numbers, a picture, birthdays, etc related to the contact.
You can print individual items like e-mail messages, contacts, or calendar items, or larger views, such as calendars, address books, or content lists of Mail folders. All printing settings and functions are found under the Backstage view.
The above guide endeavors to familiarize you with basic Outlook features to give you a head start. However Outlook is awash with several other advanced and multipurpose functionalities like creating reminders, calendar appointments and scheduling meetings with people, which you can explore and put to your use once you have gained ample hands-on experience on Outlook basic and core