Outlook 2003 group messages by date: one day at a time

Posted on 2008-06-23
Last Modified: 2009-05-04
Hi, in outlook 2003 I would like to group my messages by Date without Outlook's predefined grouping.  for example, I'm able to sort my Inbox by Date using View->Arrange By->Date.  i get this:

[-] Today
[+] Yesterday
[+] Last Week... etc

However, if I want to create a folder view that specifically shows messages one day at a time.  like this:

[-] June 23
[+] June 22
[+] June 21...etc
Question by:pvmatt
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by:Dufo G. Belski
ID: 21847590
Click on View, Arrange By, Custom, select Group By, and from the drop-down select Received.

Author Comment

ID: 21847729
thanks asyscokid: this is not quite what i wanted it to do.  I now have this:

[-] Monday June 23, 2008 11:15 AM
[+] Monday June 23, 2008 11:10 AM
[+] Monday June 23, 2008 10:16 AM ... etc

i didnt want it to group all the way down to time...i just need it by date
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by:Dufo G. Belski
ID: 21847836
Oh, sorry about that.  I will be interested to see the solution to this.

Author Comment

ID: 22112423
Did anyone EVER have any further feedback on this?  this is a very tricky question and i'm curious if anyone out there has an answer on it.

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pvmatt earned 0 total points
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Wow!  this might be the first question i've EVER posted to EE that no one could find a solution to!!!
Any other ideas/thoughts/comments?


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