Meeting request ing Outlook 2003

Hi,

Is there any way that Outlook could be modified so that when a meeting has been updated, the word ‘Updated’ either appears at the end of the subject or is replaced by some other indicator – even another colour somewhere?

When trying to arrange meetings with multiple calendars open, all one can see is a sea of ‘Updated’ in the subject field. I would anticipate other people have queried this as it seems such a flaw in the Outlook calendar. Alternatively is there another way of viewing multiple calendars that avoids this?

The version of Outlook client that we are running is Outlook 2003 SP3
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e_aravindCommented:
IMO Nope.
The updated are the system generated one and we dont have any control to edit\modify or reposition the same.

Again all the views will start showing the same subject lines....so the issue will be there for all the *updated* entries.
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Barnardos_2LSAuthor Commented:
Thanks for your help.
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