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Outlook 2011 for MAC replied flags not synchronising with Exchange

Posted on 2010-11-28
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When you reply to an email in Outlook 2011 for MAC the 'replied to' flag comes up but does not synchronise with Exchange, i.e. when you log on with Outlook for Windows or OWA you don't see the 'replied' flag.
Is this expected behaviour or is there a workaround?
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by:Tony1044
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Sorry I don't have a definitive answer, but this is the third posting on here I've seen with regards to flags not setting in Outlook 2011...seems there might be a bug inherent within it.
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OK there seems to be no way as replied flags in Entourage and Outlook seem to be local to the machine, not tranferred to Exchange.
The best work-around is to manually use the 'mark as complete' flag which does synchronise with Exchange.
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No comments for a while now - closing case with workaround
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