Save yourself scrolling to find the email every time you need it by saving the search terms for quick access.
It's not just emails you can save to your computer outside of Outlook: calendar events, notes, contacts, and everything else can be dragged to the desktop or a Windows folder as individual items for quick access later.
To apply the “Work Less” theory, have Outlook automatically file an email. Then you can read them all at one time without distraction.
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Using Outlook’s “Quick Parts” to store frequently used phrases or paragraphs to save time.