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Filtration of Activities in MS-CRM

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When i filter activities using criteria due Next 7 days,MS-CRM should give activities only for next seven days but it gives activities in which due date is not set and activities which are not falling within the criteria, (ie) open activities which has no due date and in which due date is completed but still the status open  Have i gone anywhere wrong, how should i set filtration criteria so that i will get activities only which are due for next 7 days.
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by:Jeff Wight
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This should do it:

Activity Status Equals "Open"
Due Date Contains Data
Due Date in next 7 days

If this doesn't work, what version of MS CRM are you using?
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by:PrasadSKLN
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Version 4.0
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Jeff Wight earned 1500 total points
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Did you try the criteria I posted using advanced find?  Did you get your desired result?
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by:PrasadSKLN
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Yes in advanced find it works
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by:PrasadSKLN
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Thank you
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