The How-To Geek offers a quick guide to creating a shortcut that Outlook users and inbox addicts might find helpful/irresistible—a keyboard switch to pull up your Outlook screen, whether it’s open, closed, or minimized. The trick is creating or copying a standard Outlook shortcut, and adding a
/recycle switch to the end of the “Target” field, forcing Windows to switch to an open window if one’s available. The trick makes Outlook easier to keep minimised, and super-convenient to pull up for a quick email check, if that’s your style. Got another shortcut that makes good use of the
/recycle option? Share it in the comments.