There are several things to consider when creating an Appointment in your Outlook calendar. All-day event vs. individual time slot, free vs. busy, setting reminders and recurrence information. You can even insert your e-mail signature in the “Insert” tab.
When you send out a meeting request to a group of people, there is always the chance that some of the recipients will not respond. You can quickly re-send the meeting request to those who have not responded.
You can drag an email onto your calendar to create an appointment. This will allow you to set a reminder to follow-up on the e-mail.
You can change the time increments shown in your Outlook calendar to allow for smaller more detailed calendar entries.
Adding an additional time zone in Outlook can be extremely helpful if you are working on a project for a customer who is located in a different time zone.