You might have seen a new folder pop up in your Office 365 for Business Outlook account recently, the Clutter folder. Microsoft created this folder to help your daily workflow. It helps by moving lower priority messages from your Inbox to the Clutter folder automatically. Clutter determines if a message is “low priority” by analyzing your email habits and past behavior on messages you’ll most likely ignore.
A quick look at a fake FedEx email. A close look reveals that this email is really not from FedEx.
Rules allow you to set custom actions depending on parameters you set for incoming and outgoing emails. This is not a widely known feature but it can be a powerful communication tool.
In 2013, over 8,000,000 emails passed through our inbound email filters, saving our customers $67,132 in downtime and malware cleanup. Do you have email filtering for your business?
As you begin to mentally prepare yourself for the commitment you are about to make to your New Years’ resolutions, consider penciling in a few resolutions for your technology while you’re at it!