Adding Sensitivity to Outlook 2016 Ribbon

has anyone got a way or knows of an app to add the Sensitivity options to the ribbon in Outlook 2016? rather than in the options of tags
Brian StarkDesktop SupportAsked:
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Bill PrewIT / Software Engineering ConsultantCommented:
Unfortunately I still don't think this is possible in 2016.



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Brian StarkDesktop SupportAuthor Commented:
yea that's what I keep finding.
Bill PrewIT / Software Engineering ConsultantCommented:
I did find this older add-in, but not sure it's actively supported.  No installation instructions were provided, and it indicates it was developed for 2007.  But you could reach out to the developer on their site and see if they have a current version, of if this one might work, etc.

Outlook ribbon addons have to be done in Visual Studio rather than VBA macros, so it's a complicated deal.



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