RE: Outlook received "Today, Yesterday, Sunday..."

Subject: RE: Outlook received "Today, Yesterday, Sunday..."
From: Gordon Mclean <Gordon -dot- McLean -at- mclarensoftware -dot- com>
To: techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com
Date: Tue, 4 Jul 2006 15:34:29 +0100

In Outlook 2003;

Select View > Arrange by
Then select both "Date" and "Show in Groups".

Gives me "Today, Yesterday, Last Week"

HTH

Gordon

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Subject: Outlook received "Today, Yesterday, Sunday..."

Anybody customized MS Outlook lately?

I've been using my current config for years without change. Outlook is what
is mandated by the employer.
A new kid at our office wants to install Outlook Express because he doesn't
like the way full Outlook is showing his message-received dates.

He prefers Today, Yesterday, Sunday, Saturday... Last Week, Last Month...
Previous Millenium...

I remember switching that OFF in KMail and possibly in Pegasus, because I
really dislike that style. I don't remember if that was ever an option in
Outlook.
Can't seem to find it in the menus, and the Help is, as usual, unhelpful.

What I did find was about a dozen different ways to display date-and-time,
but none with that Today, Yesterday... etc.

A cube neighbor was trying to tell the new kid that he needed to set up
reports and other db-ish stuff, but that sounds a little excessive.

Anybody know what I'm talking about and where it is set? Outlook 2003.

Kevin (who doesn't expect to hear from Americans today - happy fourth!)

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