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Microsoft Outlook Interview Questions and Answers

1
Explain what is IMAP (Internet Message Access Protocol)?

IMAP means Internet Message Access Protocol; it is a standard protocol for using e-mail service from your local server.

2
How to back up Outlooks stuff?

Outlook's views -- Calendar, Contacts, Journal, Tasks, and E-mail -- aren't always part of the Personal Folders file. You can backup these components separately, as follows:

Repeat steps 1, 2, and 3 from the previous tip.
Choose the Outlook item folder you want to export from the Select The Folder To Export From list and click Next.
By entering or browsing, specify a folder and filename for the backup file.
From Options, specify how to treat duplicate items.
Click Finish.
Repeat as necessary for each Outlook folder.
If you're on a corporate server, do the following:
From the Tools menu, choose Services and then click the Delivery tab.
From Deliver New Mail To The Following Location, choose Remote Mail and identify your Personal Folder file or choose your Microsoft Exchange Server mailbox, if you want to use offline folders.
Click OK.
Exit and restart Outlook.

3
Mention what is the shortcut in MS Outlook 2013 to switch on to the next message?

To switch on to the next message in MS Outlook 2013, you have to use Cntrl+Period.

4
What is HTTP Protocol?

The HTTP (Hyper Text Transfer Protocol) is not a protocol dedicated for email communications, but it can be used for accessing your mailbox. Also called web based email, this protocol can be used to compose or retrieve emails from an your account. Hotmail is a good example of using HTTP as an email protocol.

5
Explain what is POP3 protocol?

POP3 means Post Office Protocol 3 is a protocol that offers a simple way for users to use mailboxes and download messages to their computers. It allows users to download mails from the mail server to the local server and enables you to read the mail even if you are offline.

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