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How to create an alert or task in Outlook 2007 to remind me every hour?

Posted on 2010-09-02
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Hello,
I have to do a task every hour.
How to create an alert or task in Outlook 2007 to remind me every hour about doing that task?

Thanks!
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Hi, miyahira.

Create a recurring task.  That's the simplest solution.
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You will need a task for each reminder per day since a task's recurrence can only be set to daily and not hourly.
e.g. If you want to be reminded 8:00, 12:00 and 17:00 create 3 tasks with recurrence set to daily and set the reminder for the first task to 8:00, the 2nd to 12:00 and the 3rd to 17:00

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Create ONE entry and each time it pops up - Snooze it for 1 hour.
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Sorry for the delay
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