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First Class Advanced

First Class Advanced

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1Winchester Public Schools Technology Department, 2009
First Class
Advanced
 – 
Beyond the FundamentalsWorking in the Mailbox
 
Split Screen
• A useful feature of FirstClass is the ability to do a split in your MailBox. This will
separate
folders
and
stationary
in your MailBox from your emails.
• To create the Split Screen in your MailBox, while in your MailBox, go to your
View
menu and enter the
Split
submenu.
• Here you can choose to go with either a
Split Horizontal
or a
Split Vertical
.Customize your MailBox with either split depending on your personal preference.
 
2Winchester Public Schools Technology Department, 2009
First Class
Advanced
 – 
Beyond the Fundamentals
 
Maintaining your MailBox
• Perhaps the most important part of having a FirstClass email account is keeping
it organized and clean.
• A standard user is given 25 MB of storage. Below are two ideas for keeping
your account within your storage limit.
Creating folders in Your Mailbox 
Folders in FirstClass are exactly like a filing cabinet in your office. If you just keptpapers lying around your office, finding a particular document could prove to bedifficult.1.
 
To create a
Folder
, go to the
File
menu >to the
New
submenu > to
New Folder.
2.
 
Rename the folder by slowly clicking
 
on the name of the folder 2 times.
 
This will put a cursor in the typing area allowing you to change it.3.
 
Utilize the new folder by clicking and dragging any emails you want into it.
Summarize Selected…
 
• Utilize this feature to keep messages you want, but don’t need as active emails.
 
• This will help you save emails to your hard drive so that you can clear out your
MailBox to keep your storage level in check.Directions for this feature are not difficult to follow, but they are cumbersome.1.
 
Click on the emails that you would like to “summarize”
2.
 
Right click on the message and select
Summarized Selected.
 
 
3Winchester Public Schools Technology Department, 2009
Advanced
 – 
Beyond the Fundamentals
 3.
 
This will create a summary of your message that you selected, that you can
now save to your “h” drive
as a word document.
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