Skip to main content

How to set a home page for a folder in Outlook?

While using Outlook, you can associate an Outlook folder with web page. If you want to view web page just inside the Outlook, this method will work for you. In this tutorial, you will learn how to set a home page for a folder in Outlook.

Set a home page for a folder in Outlook

Office Tab - Enable Tabbed Editing and Browsing in Office, and Make Work Much Easier...
Kutools for Outlook - Brings 100 Powerful Advanced Features to Microsoft Outlook
  • Auto CC/BCC by rules when sending email; Auto Forward Multiple Emails by rules; Auto Reply without exchange server, and more automatic features...
  • BCC Warning - show message when you try to reply all if your mail address is in the BCC list; Remind When Missing Attachments, and more remind features...
  • Reply (All) With All Attachments in the mail conversation; Reply Many Emails at once; Auto Add Greeting when reply; Auto Add Date&Time into subject...
  • Attachment Tools: Auto Detach, Compress All, Rename All, Auto Save All... Quick Report, Count Selected Mails, Remove Duplicate Mails and Contacts...
  • More than 100 advanced features will solve most of your problems in Outlook 2021 - 2010 or Office 365. Full features 60-day free trial.

arrow blue right bubbleSet a home page for a folder in Outlook

For associating an Outlook folder with web page, please do as follows.

1. Right click an Outlook folder which you want to set a web page, and click Properties in the right-clicking menu. See screenshot:

Note: The Outlook folder you have selected should locates in the data file which you have set as default in Outlook.

2. In the popping up dialog box, you need to:

1). Click the Home Page tab;

2). Enter the URL of the web page in the Address box or click Browse button to select a file path you need;

3). Check the Show home page by default for this folder box;

4). Click the OK button. See screenshot:

3. Then the web page will be displayed within the folder immediately.

Note: To remove the home page website within your Outlook folder, you just need to uncheck the Show home page by default for this folder box in the home page Properties dialog box.

Best Office Productivity Tools

Kutools for Outlook - Over 100 Powerful Features to Supercharge Your Outlook

βœ” Email Automation: Auto Reply (Out of Office)  /  Schedule Send emails  /  Auto CC/BCC  /  Advanced Auto Forward  /  Auto Add Greating ...

βœ‰ Email Management: Easily Recall Emails  /  Block Scam Emails  /  Delete Duplicate Emails  /  πŸ”ŽAdvanced Search  /  Consolidate Folders ...

πŸ“ Attachments ProBatch Save  /  Batch Detach  /  Batch Compress  /  Auto Save   /  Auto Detach  /  Auto Compress ...

🌟 Interface & Interaction Magic: 😊More Pretty and Cool Emojis   /  Brings Browser Tabs Right Into Your Outlook  /  Minimize Outlook Instead of Closing ...

πŸ‘ One-click Wonders: Reply All with Incoming Attachments  /   Anti-Phishing Emails  /  πŸ•˜Show Sender's Time Zone  /  Send to Recipients Separately ...

πŸ‘©πŸΌβ€πŸ€β€πŸ‘©πŸ» Contacts & Calendar: Batch Add Contacts From Selected Emails  /  Split a Contact Group to Individual Groups  /  Remove Birthday Reminders ...

Over 100 Features Await Your Exploration! Click Here to Discover More.

Read More       Free Download      Purchase
Comments (1)
No ratings yet. Be the first to rate!
This comment was minimized by the moderator on the site
I have everything I can think of set to chrome for my default browser however I cannot seem to get this folder to use chrome. I understand Microsoft would rather me not use chrome but is there a way to change this because IE doesnt play well with what I need?
There are no comments posted here yet
Please leave your comments in English
Posting as Guest
Rate this post:
0   Characters
Suggested Locations