Outlook 2007

Client asking:
- Category flags are showing in far right column vs first left column as was case with 2003
- Also used muliple colored flags which he says 2007 does not offer
 
interc3905Asked:
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David LeeCommented:
Hi, interc3905.

Those are statements.  What's the question?
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interc3905Author Commented:
Can 2007 be configured to provide this?
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David LeeCommented:
There is no such thing as a "category flag" in Outlook 2007.  Categories have colors, but they aren't flags.  Flags are used to mark an item for follow-up and they do not have different colors.  Categories and flags are too separate and distinct things in 2007.  The former is lump like items together, while the latter is to keep track of items that need attention.  The behavior cannot be changed.

Outlook can have multiple categories assigned, but, as noted above, categories are not flags.  The category column in a view can be repositioned.  The flags column cannot be repositioned.
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interc3905Author Commented:
Thanks! My Client is adopting to the changes
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