How do I sort my Sent Items from the first person in the To: field

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One of my co-workers sends messages to multiple recipients in the To: field,

and when she is going through her sent items, it sorts by to: first, and date

second. This is fine, except that Outlook 2003 and 2007 see something sent

to one person differently than something sent to two or more people, and it

sorts them alphabetically and then by date, which means she has to dig

through a larger portion of the list to find what she needs. Is there any

way to set Outlook 2007 to only use the first person sent to to categorize

these without having it sent to one person and then CC everyone else? She

feels that to do so is bad protocol.
 
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F.H. Muffman

> One of my co-workers sends messages to multiple recipients in the To:
> field, and when she is going through her sent items, it sorts by to:
> first, and date second. This is fine, except that Outlook 2003 and
> 2007 see something sent to one person differently than something sent
> to two or more people, and it sorts them alphabetically and then by
> date, which means she has to dig through a larger portion of the list
> to find what she needs. Is there any way to set Outlook 2007 to only
> use the first person sent to to categorize these without having it
> sent to one person and then CC everyone else? She feels that to do so
> is bad protocol.


Nope, no way to do it.

What is a better solution is to build a Search folder that searches for mail

To and From the person they are looking for.

f.h.

Microsoft
 
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Re: How do I sort my Sent Items from the first person in the To: f

Thanks F.H.

"F.H. Muffman" wrote:


> > One of my co-workers sends messages to multiple recipients in the To:
> > field, and when she is going through her sent items, it sorts by to:
> > first, and date second. This is fine, except that Outlook 2003 and
> > 2007 see something sent to one person differently than something sent
> > to two or more people, and it sorts them alphabetically and then by
> > date, which means she has to dig through a larger portion of the list
> > to find what she needs. Is there any way to set Outlook 2007 to only
> > use the first person sent to to categorize these without having it
> > sent to one person and then CC everyone else? She feels that to do so
> > is bad protocol.


> Nope, no way to do it.

> What is a better solution is to build a Search folder that searches for mail
> To and From the person they are looking for.

> > f.h.
> Microsoft

>
 
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