Microsoft Outlook Interview Question Tutorial with Examples
IT PROVIDE MULTI EMAIL PLATFORM
WHAT IS Outlook?
Outlook is an e-mail software program by Microsoft that enables users to send and receive e-mail on their computer. … Microsoft Outlook is a commercial product available in a stand-alone version or part of the Microsoft Office package.
Outlook Data file Extension—
1). OST (Offline Storage Table)
2). PST (Personal Storage Table)
Offline Storage Table—
It is outlook data file that use to view E-mail in offline mode. OST file allow you to work even when we are no connected to server, when we get online it will synchronize itself.
Size limit of PST & OST-—
Outlook 2010 – 2016 ———- 50GB (PST)
Outlook 2007 —- 20GB (PST)
PATH OF OST & PST:-
OST PATH = C/USER/USERNAME/APPDATA/LOCAL/MICROSOFT/OUTLOOK/ID
PST PATH = C/USER/USERNAME/DOCUMENT/OUTLOOK/FILE/MY OUTLOOK DATA FILE.PST
· Personal Storage Table—
It is outlook data file that store E-mail locally. It is not created by MS Outlook it is created by the user itself to store E-mails, contact, calendar entries etc.
- GAL (Global Address List) —
It is a database that contain user account groups & contact can be fetch globally.
- Distribution List—
In an E-mail application (DL) is a group of E-mail residence that is address as single residence. DL are used to send E-mail to group of a people without having entry each residence individual address.
- OAB- (Offline address book)
An offline address book is downloaded copy of a microsoft outlook user’s address list which allows the user access to email address when disconnect from exchange server.
It is secondary mail box that is used to move old email from primary mail box.
File- cleanup tools -Archive
Path– C/USER/USER3/DOC/OUTLOOK FILE/ARCHIVE
THERE ARE THREE TYPE OF ARCHIVE—
- SMTP (Simple mail Transfer Protocol) – send email
Secure port= 465 (encrypted)
- POP3 (Post Office Protocol version 3)
- IMAP(Internet Message Access Protocol)
- Different between POP3 VS IMAP
The only thing the POP3 does it download the E-mail to your device from the server. In POP3 the E-mail is deleted on the mail server once it’s download to a device.
It doesn’t synchronize the folder.
Of the two, IMAP is the better option – and the recommended option – when you need to check your emails from multiple devices, such as a work laptop, a home computer, or a tablet, smart phone, or other mobile device. … POP3 downloads email from a server to a single computer, then deletes it from the server.