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Outlook 2010 - Names Not Appearing in Journal entries

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I just created a journal entry with several names which I applied.
Question: Where do these names appear?   I don't see them in the actual journal entry.
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you do not see the contacts in an actual journal entry.

journal is a time management to track e-mail messages, task requests and responses, meeting requests and responses, and meeting cancellations automatically.

http://blog.lanlogic.net/blog/outlook-journal-whats-it-all-about/
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What your refering is Contacts and did you create Contacts or Journal entries ?

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