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Postby VGFzayBHcm91cA » Sat, 12 Aug 2006 03:49:02 GMT

in the previous version of Outlook my contact information would turn red when 
the red flag became due, with my new computer it is not sdoing this, where do 
i go to change this options and allow the contact infofmration to change 

RE: flags

Postby R3V5IExhcGllcnJl » Sat, 12 Aug 2006 04:09:02 GMT

Previous version of Outlook or BCM? I don't believe this exists for Accounts 
and Business Contacts.
Guy Lapierre
Forefront Business Solutions

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