How to use Outlook - basic concepts

Hello, I always used Outlook and mail clients but I will soon have to use it more professionally as part of my job.
I will probably have to prepare pre-written answers, filter incoming mail in different folders according to different criteria, prepare a set of signatures and so on.

I would like to know a good tutorial (not too basic, I already know how to reply, forward, reply-to-all and set preferences!) about this software.

Thank you in advance.
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Greetings, Emanuele_Ciriachi !

Here are some tips on getting the most out of Outlook

On the left menu are a number of clickable links to tutorals of various features of Outlook.

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David LeeCommented:
Greetings, Emanuele_Ciriachi.

Microsoft has a number of online tutorials here:

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HP also conducts free online classes on various topics. Outlook 2003 Tips and Tricks is a good one for you I think. Enrollment is free.

Good luck!

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Thanks, war1
Emanuele_CiriachiAuthor Commented:
Splitted points between first and second answers because together, they have been exhaustively useful to my problem.
60% to the first and 40% to the second, because the faster answer must be somehow rewarded.

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