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Outlook 2010 - Contact Activites Display - Tasks & Journal Missing

Discussion in 'Microsoft Office' started by atulin, May 11, 2010.

  1. atulin

    atulin Flightless Bird

    I just upgraded to Office 2010. My Journal, Calendar, and Task items are set
    to link to a contact. In Office 2007 when you open the contact and go to
    Activities (Show:All Items) it would list all of the these items. In 2010
    all I get are emails. If I swtich to Show: Contacts it will show linked
    contacts but showing Journal and Upcoming Tasks/Appointments doesn't displace
    any results. To make sure that it wasn't a difference in linking between
    2007 and 2010 I have saved new tasks and appointments that are linked back to
    the contact but they don't show up in the Activities display. This is a big
    enough problem to make me switch back to 2007. Any suggestions?
     
  2. Larry Rifken

    Larry Rifken Flightless Bird

    Re: Outlook 2010 - Contact Activites Display - Tasks & JournalMissing

    On May 11, 12:45 pm, atulin <atu...@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
    > I just upgraded to Office 2010.  My Journal, Calendar, and Task items are set
    > to link to a contact.  In Office 2007 when you open the contact and go to
    > Activities (Show:All Items) it would list all of the these items.   In 2010
    > all I get are emails.  If I swtich to Show: Contacts it will show linked
    > contacts but showing Journal and Upcoming Tasks/Appointments doesn't displace
    > any results.  To make sure that it wasn't a difference in linking between
    > 2007 and 2010 I have saved new tasks and appointments that are linked back to
    > the contact but they don't show up in the Activities display.  This is a big
    > enough problem to make me switch back to 2007.  Any suggestions?


    I am having the same issue. Reinstalled and it still behaves the same.
    I am sorry to be harsh, but Microsoft is losing some if its luster.
    This should not happen. This is a rather basic flaw and should have
    been caught before release.
     

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