Phone Message form in outlook 2007. How to start?


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marceldejager

A few weeks ago we migrated form Groupwise to Exchange 2007.
In groupwise our telephonist could open a form through a key combination to
send a phone message to someone in our organisation.
Now they want to have the same in outlook but I don't know where to start.
I need a form where se can fill in The callers name, number and the adres
from the one that has to call back.

Is there a standard form for this? If not how do I make this and where do I
start?
Last question: how do I install this form for everyone in our organisation?

Thanks,

Marcel
 
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Rachael Johnson

As an alternative to building your own forms, have a look at Message Pad for Outlook the workgroup phone message management solution for the Office.

Details may be found here - www.emercury.co.uk

Regards
Rachael



marceldejager wrote:

Phone Message form in outlook 2007. How to start?
30-Jan-10

A few weeks ago we migrated form Groupwise to Exchange 2007.
In groupwise our telephonist could open a form through a key combination to
send a phone message to someone in our organisation.
Now they want to have the same in outlook but I do not know where to start.
I need a form where se can fill in The callers name, number and the adres
from the one that has to call back.

Is there a standard form for this? If not how do I make this and where do I
start?
Last question: how do I install this form for everyone in our organisation?

Thanks,

Marcel

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Phone Message form in outlook 2007. How to start?
A few weeks ago we migrated form Groupwise to Exchange 2007.
In groupwise our telephonist could open a form through a key combination to
send a phone message to someone in our organisation.
Now they want to have the same in outlook but I do not know where to start.
I need a form where se can fill in The callers name, number and the adres
from the one that has to call back.

Is there a standard form for this? If not how do I make this and where do I
start?
Last question: how do I install this form for everyone in our organisation?

Thanks,

Marcel

The form needs to be published to the Organizational Forms library on
The form needs to be published to the Organizational Forms library on the
Exchange server. You can either use one of the "While You Were Out" forms
listed at http://www.slipstick.com/addins/mssampleapps.htm or design your
own. See http://www.outlookcode.com/article.aspx?id=61 for more information
on custom message forms.
--
Sue Mosher, Outlook MVP
Author of Microsoft Outlook 2007 Programming:
Jumpstart for Power Users and Administrators
http://www.outlookcode.com/article.aspx?id=54


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