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Portrait of a Young Man as The Artist
Why they pay me the big bucks....
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beloitst From: beloitst Date: February 16th, 2007 07:45 pm (UTC) (Link)
Using Task Manager in Outlook allows you to set up a reminder.

When the reminder pops up, you can snooze or dismiss it -- or, you can "open item" and reschedule the reminder (or the task).

This is exactly the same as Outlook's appointment reminder system, so I don't understand why you would use one over the other?

BTW, the Task Manager also allows you to set a tasks recurrence, so new tasks/reminders will pop up every day.
abmann From: abmann Date: February 16th, 2007 07:50 pm (UTC) (Link)
Because I already look at my calendar eleventy-gillion times a day. I'm hoping to stream-line it so I don't need to add yest another thing to my current rotation. And I don't like Outlooks reminder system as a whole. it shows me meeting subjects and that's it. I essentially want an occasional reminder/popup that lists the tasks, the description I enter, and an audit trail of additions.

I think I need to fire up VB.
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