Recent content by bermudamohawk

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    on flag message event - create task

    not just me then lolz
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    on flag message event - create task

    if this is of any consequence, action would only be performed on elements in default inbox - no other containers. Perhaps that could be on someone else's wishlist
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    on flag message event - create task

    here's what I'm seeing: I have multiple containers under Inbox (like everyone, I assume) I have 5 archived psts, also. But I'm certain they wouldn't affect the code. I could try killing them.
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    on flag message event - create task

    If you copied the entire macro and put it into ThisOutlooksession > done and have macro security set to low > done (in Word, also - just in case) it should work just list it does in the video. > ummm - nope You might need to either click in the initilize macro and click Run > tried or restart...
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    on flag message event - create task

    Really tantalizing to see it behave properly! Added Dim's .. essentially copied screen ver batim. Also removed Tasks from other accounts, so there is only one. Still Groundhog Day here.
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    on flag message event - create task

    added, and it cleared the runtime error F8 just loops the Initialize_handler sub
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    on flag message event - create task

    macro security = enable all macros result of run request:
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    on flag message event - create task

    groundhog day. still showing as to-do (as you said it would) - however - tasks are empty "trade you" email subject flag set resulting in: Tasks remain unpopulated (all containers, if any doubt) The behavior exhibited is default in MSOutlook 2013, so while i'm sure the code does something (as...
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    on flag message event - create task

    There seems to be lots of proposed solutions to this, however - all create a "to-do" list item To-Do lists do not show in iphone Tasks (activeSynch) Need a vba snippet to create new TASK on set flag event. Article here appears to be the best descriptor, but this (again) only creates a to-do...
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