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  1. A feature I use all the time in Microsoft Outlook 2013 (Office 2013) is the ability to open a calendar invite during a meeting and click - Meeting Notes. See screenshot from Outlook 2013. [attachment=0]outlook-2016.jpg[/attachment] After installing Office 2016, when I open up outlook I no longer have that option in the calendar. It's just missing. Is anyone else having this issue or is it just me? Hopefully this is just an issue with the Preview and it will get fixed later during full release.
  2. Jeff writes: I have read a few of your articles about scheduling Outlook emails. I have a question about taking this a step further. In our office, we have Outlook 2010. Issue – some of the execs have now asked that the subordinates email them a daily plan. Every morning we email our calendars with “limited details” to our bosses. Many of us forget when we come straight into full voicemail boxes and back-to-back meetings. So I have been looking for a way to use a Rule or some other mechanism to do this each weekday automatically. I hope you get the idea by now, but… Each morning at a specified time, Outlook will email my daily calendar with limited details to a specified list. Of course, we all share calendars with each other. Some of the bosses will take the 2 clicks to check our calendars, but others want it sent as described above. Any ideas? -Jeff
  3. Recently at work I needed to test someone's Outlook profile and so added it to my own. I have since deleted the profile, but now when I open Outlook, the deleted profile logon still comes up as an option. I tried clearing cache, but the option remains. Any help will be gratefully appreciated.