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of them are from the same e-mail address, but some are variations of the same e-mail address with identical domain names (for example,


jujirx@zzpmzy.com and


sduyux@zzpmzy.com). In Microsoft Outlook 2003, the way to do this is to click Tools>Options>Preferences Tab>Junk E-Mail>Blocked Senders Tab.


Click Add to


block specific e-mail addresses or domain names. Don’t use this for every spam e-mail you get—only the ones you see on a regular basis that you want to eliminate. After this, those regular spammers will plague you no longer.


Tip No. 9: Color-coding senders One way to easily sort through messages is to color-


code messages from specific sources. For example, your assistant’s e-mails can have a distinguishable color so they don’t get lost in the mix. In Microsoft Outlook 2003, click Tools>Organize>Using Colors and specify the parameters in the fields.


Tip No. 10: Clean your inbox every day ...and make it your to-do list for the next day. Te


most important tip is make sure you clean out your inbox at the end of every day. Make sure all the spam is deleted, the important listserve messages are filed, and every other e-mail message from the day is either transformed into a To Do, or forwarded to the proper person in your office for handling. It’s best to do this in the evening so that you can return to work the next day with a fresh inbox, and with a coherent list of things to do. Using these tips can help turn your electronic inbox


from disastrous to disciplined. It takes a little bit of work in the beginning, but if you can challenge yourself to keep your e-mail running slim and smooth, you will feel more organized, and may even avoid missing deadlines. 


Biography John J. Cord (Miller & Zois, LLC) graduated from the


University of Colorado School of Law. He concentrates his practice on assisting victims of automobile negligence, medical malpractice, and defective products. He is licensed to practice in Maryland, the District of Columbia, Pennsylvania, Georgia and Minnesota. He is a member of the American Association for Justice and is a former chair of the MAJ Technology Committee. Read his blog at www.drugrecalllawyer.com, and follow him on Twitter at @johnjohncord.


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