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Posted on 2009-05-13
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i would like to enquire if this function is possible and if YES, what are the steps to do it.
Usually I receive an email for appointments, and then i open my Outlook Calendar to enter the details for that day.  In view of the large number of emails most of the time I would have forgotton who sent it or on what day and where it has been filed (folder).
Is it possible in the Calendar in Outlook after entering the details to put a hyper link or something like that to that email.  So that when i click on the link, it will either go to that email or open it up.
Thanks.
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Yes you can.

While you are in the meeting within calendar, click the insert tab, click attach item. On the right select shortcut radio button, and then select the email you want referenced. This will create a shortcut to the email.

Hope it helps.
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Well done, and thank you.  I never knew that it had this feature.
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