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Can I create a group task in Outlook so that once the task is done by anyone in the group it is automatically closed and set as completed?

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HI, IgaravidezK.

That depends.  You can create a task folder in public folders, create tasks in it, and anyone can perform a task and then close it.  However, you cannot assign a task to more than one person.
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I went ahead and created a separate mailbox i.e. task@*.com which will be sufficient for now.


Thanks for your help Blue
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You're welcome.
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