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Outlook 2010 taks

Posted on 2012-03-15
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Hi,

I am creating the list of tasks and created a personalised column for tasks, when i share my tasks with others, they don't see my personalised column, they see only the standard one.
Is there any tricks to make it visible with sharing persons ?

Thanks for your help
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vishal_breed earned 50 total points
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Better you keep seperate PST file to keep your personal tasks. So the ones you share will remain in Mailbox (or seperate PST).
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Thanks for your reply. If we create a separate pst it can't be acessible remotely ( owa). For example if the user do any changes when he is on travel his assistant can't see those changes. Thats why I want to do this from his mailbox. And also it is possible that  we can use the predefined column in outlook. But our user especially wants to give the specific name for that column.
Any ideas or tips ?
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It is helpful
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