How to connect a contact to an appointment in Outlook 2007


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MarceepooNu

In our office, some computers use Outlook 2003, and some computers use
Outlook 2007.

At the bottom of the default Appointment window/form in Outlook 2003, there
is a "Categories" button on the right side, and a field to the left of that
button, showing the name of the Category that has been connected to the
appointment. Outlook 2007 has a button at the top of the form, which allows
the user to connect the appointment to a category.

But in Outlook 2003, it is also possible to connect an appointment to a
contact. At the bottom of the default Appointment window/form, there is a
"Contacts" button on the left, and a field to the right of that button,
showing the names of the contacts that have been connected to the
appointment.

Unfortunately, in Outlook 2007, we cannot find a way to show which contacts
the Outlook 2003 users connected to an appointment. Nor have we found a way
for Outlook 2007 users to connect contacts to an appointment.

Does anyone have any idea how we can connect contacts to an appointment in
Outlook 2007, or at least get Outlook 2007 to show which contacts were
connected to an appointment by the workstations running Outlook 2003?

Any help or suggestions where I could find information would be much
appreciated.

MarceepooNu
 
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Michael Bauer [MVP - Outlook]

Click Tools/Options/Contact Options/Show Contact Linking on all Forms

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Best regards
Michael Bauer - MVP Outlook

: Outlook Categories? Category Manager Is Your Tool
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Am Fri, 14 Nov 2008 17:03:02 -0800 schrieb MarceepooNu:
 
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