business card view of outlook contacts 07

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usbdjr

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there is a little "clock" icon displayed on the Bcard icon, on some of the

contacts, what is that? thanks
 
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"usbdjr" <usbdjr> wrote in message

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> there is a little "clock" icon displayed on the Bcard icon, on some of the
> contacts, what is that? thanks


BCM questions belong in microsoft.public.outlook.bcm.

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usbdjr

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BCM, is that business contact manager? I have that program installed, but

this is a contact, not a business contact from BCM, or does the little clock

indicate a connection to a BCM record?

Thanks for your time

"Brian Tillman " wrote:


> "usbdjr" <usbdjr> wrote in message
> news:37980F9D-2ABB-4774-80AC-46620244E6A9@microsoft.com...
>
> > there is a little "clock" icon displayed on the Bcard icon, on some of the
> > contacts, what is that? thanks


> BCM questions belong in microsoft.public.outlook.bcm.
> >

>
 
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"usbdjr" <usbdjr> wrote in message

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> BCM, is that business contact manager? I have that program installed, but
> this is a contact, not a business contact from BCM, or does the little clock
> indicate a connection to a BCM record?


I thought that's what you were using because you referenced the "Bcard icon"

in your initial post. What is "the Bcard icon"? Assuming you're looking in

the Contacts folder, in what view are you seeing it?

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usbdjr

#5
Hi,

the Bcard (business card) icon shows uop in several contact views, just go

to the phone list view, on mine, the icon column is located to the left, and

as I said, it looks like a little business card and some of them have a

second icon, that is very very small and looks like a little clock.

Thanks

"Brian Tillman " wrote:


> "usbdjr" <usbdjr> wrote in message
> news:9326AD97-8877-4375-94A7-1C49F90A1F04@microsoft.com...
>
> > BCM, is that business contact manager? I have that program installed, but
> > this is a contact, not a business contact from BCM, or does the little clock
> > indicate a connection to a BCM record?


> I thought that's what you were using because you referenced the "Bcard icon"
> in your initial post. What is "the Bcard icon"? Assuming you're looking in
> the Contacts folder, in what view are you seeing it?
> >

>
 
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"usbdjr" <usbdjr> wrote in message

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> the Bcard (business card) icon shows uop in several contact views, just go
> to the phone list view, on mine, the icon column is located to the left, and
> as I said, it looks like a little business card and some of them have a
> second icon, that is very very small and looks like a little clock.


The business card with the clock signifies a journal-enabled contact. See

this:

http://outlook-tips.net/howto/icons.htm

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