How to configure the desktop alerts in Microsoft Outlook 2010 on Windows Vista?
Want to configure the Desktop Alerts in your Windows Vista-based PC? Well, you can easily configure the Desktop Alerts in Microsoft Outlook 2010 with the help of our quick and easy solution steps available here. If you are using Microsoft Outlook 2010, then you will find the Desktop Alerts on your computer is already turned on. The Desktop Alert is by default turned on in Microsoft Outlook 2010 and you only have to configure it in order to start receiving the notifications.
The configuration process of Desktop Alerts is easy and you can start using it in order to get the instant notifications on the arrival of e-mails, invitation, requests, etc. The Microsoft Outlook 2010 features this new method of e-mail notification to notify you on every e-mail that you receive in your mailbox. So, to start configuring the Desktop Alerts in Microsoft Outlook 2010 on Windows Vista based PC, you can go through our instructions available here and make the changes at the comfort of your home, office, or home office.
The solution to the problem
Follow the instructions to configure the desktop alerts in Microsoft Outlook 2010 on Windows Vista:
1. Open Microsoft Outlook 2010.
2. Click on the “File” menu and then select “Options”.
3. Now in Outlook Options click on “Mail” and then scroll down to “Message arrival”.
4. Uncheck “Display a Desktop Alert” and click “OK”.
5. Close the Microsoft Outlook Window.
See, how easily you can configure the desktop alerts in Microsoft Outlook 2010 on Windows Vista -based PC. So, the next time you face any difficulty in configuring the Desktop0 Alerts, don’t look for the solution other than here.
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