Using “Auto Correct” for frequently used text, will help you save time when composing e-mail messages. You must first add “Auto Correct Options” to your Quick Access Toolbar in order to access “Auto Correct”
If you have an appointment on your calendar and you would like to copy it to additional dates and/or times, follow the steps listed below.
When you receive an e-mail with multiple attachments, you can save all the attachments at one time. The attachments will be saved in the location of your choice, using the same file names. This can be a great time saver. There are several ways this can be accomplished, a few different options are shown in this tutorial.
You can save e-mails in your "Documents" (or "My Documents") folder instead of taking up valuable space in Outlook. The less you store in Outlook, the more efficient it runs. This process works the same in Outlook 2010 and Outlook 2013. Please see additional videos on saving e-mails in older versions of Outlook.
You can change where Outlook saves drafts of your unsent e-mail messages. By default Outlook will save the messages in the ‘Drafts’ folder. For me its “out of sight, out of mind”, and I frequently forget I have saved a draft of an e-mail message. It will help you to remember the unsent message if you save them to your Inbox.