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    Outlook allows me to add & display user specific fields. For example, I could add a text field called 'Current Status' & display it in the outlook folder. See snapshot.

    Now, does anybody know how to update a user-specific field, e.g. I could have 'Sent to dev', 'with P/C', etc as part of my 'Current Status' field? Is this even possible or have I got the wrong end of the stick? If wrong end of the stick, then how is one suppose to use the 'user-specific fields'?

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    Outlook allows me to add & display user specific fields. For example, I could add a text field called 'Current Status' & display it in the outlook folder. See snapshot.

    Now, does anybody know how to update a user-specific field, e.g. I could have 'Sent to dev', 'with P/C', etc as part of my 'Current Status' field? Is this even possible or have I got the wrong end of the stick? If wrong end of the stick, then how is one suppose to use the 'user-specific fields'?

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    Outlook allows me to add & display user specific fields. For example, I could add a text field called 'Current Status' & display it in the outlook folder. See snapshot.

    Now, does anybody know how to update a user-specific field, e.g. I could have 'Sent to dev', 'with P/C', etc as part of my 'Current Status' field? Is this even possible or have I got the wrong end of the stick? If wrong end of the stick, then how is one suppose to use the 'user-specific fields'?

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    Outlook allows me to add & display user specific fields. For example, I could add a text field called 'Current Status' & display it in the outlook folder. See snapshot.

    Now, does anybody know how to update a user-specific field, e.g. I could have 'Sent to dev', 'with P/C', etc as part of my 'Current Status' field? Is this even possible or have I got the wrong end of the stick? If wrong end of the stick, then how is one suppose to use the 'user-specific fields'?

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    Outlook allows me to add & display user specific fields. For example, I could add a text field called 'Current Status' & display it in the outlook folder. See snapshot.

    Now, does anybody know how to update a user-specific field, e.g. I could have 'Sent to dev', 'with P/C', etc as part of my 'Current Status' field? Is this even possible or have I got the wrong end of the stick? If wrong end of the stick, then how is one suppose to use the 'user-specific fields'?

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    Outlook allows me to add & display user specific fields. For example, I could add a text field called 'Current Status' & display it in the outlook folder. See snapshot.

    Now, does anybody know how to update a user-specific field, e.g. I could have 'Sent to dev', 'with P/C', etc as part of my 'Current Status' field? Is this even possible or have I got the wrong end of the stick? If wrong end of the stick, then how is one suppose to use the 'user-specific fields'?

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    Outlook allows me to add & display user specific fields. For example, I could add a text field called 'Current Status' & display it in the outlook folder. See snapshot.

    Now, does anybody know how to update a user-specific field, e.g. I could have 'Sent to dev', 'with P/C', etc as part of my 'Current Status' field? Is this even possible or have I got the wrong end of the stick? If wrong end of the stick, then how is one suppose to use the 'user-specific fields'?

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    Outlook allows me to add & display user specific fields. For example, I could add a text field called 'Current Status' & display it in the outlook folder. See snapshot.

    Now, does anybody know how to update a user-specific field, e.g. I could have 'Sent to dev', 'with P/C', etc as part of my 'Current Status' field? Is this even possible or have I got the wrong end of the stick? If wrong end of the stick, then how is one suppose to use the 'user-specific fields'?

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    Quote Originally Posted by robie View Post
    Outlook allows me to add & display user specific fields. For example, I could add a text field called 'Current Status' & display it in the outlook folder. See snapshot.

    Now, does anybody know how to update a user-specific field, e.g. I could have 'Sent to dev', 'with P/C', etc as part of my 'Current Status' field? Is this even possible or have I got the wrong end of the stick? If wrong end of the stick, then how is one suppose to use the 'user-specific fields'?
    Robie, if I follow you, the usual way to display use defined custom fields is to use a custom form. (There are some displayed custom fields built into the default Contacts view.) A custom form can be built from scratch if you really know what you are doing, but they can also be built from an existing standard template such as a message, task, contact, etc. I don't build or use them, but other Loungers may be able to help you with custom forms.

    I know this isn't very helpful but I hope it points you in the right direction.
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    Quote Originally Posted by robie View Post
    Outlook allows me to add & display user specific fields. For example, I could add a text field called 'Current Status' & display it in the outlook folder. See snapshot.

    Now, does anybody know how to update a user-specific field, e.g. I could have 'Sent to dev', 'with P/C', etc as part of my 'Current Status' field? Is this even possible or have I got the wrong end of the stick? If wrong end of the stick, then how is one suppose to use the 'user-specific fields'?
    Robie, if I follow you, the usual way to display use defined custom fields is to use a custom form. (There are some displayed custom fields built into the default Contacts view.) A custom form can be built from scratch if you really know what you are doing, but they can also be built from an existing standard template such as a message, task, contact, etc. I don't build or use them, but other Loungers may be able to help you with custom forms.

    I know this isn't very helpful but I hope it points you in the right direction.
    -John ... I float in liquid gardens
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    Quote Originally Posted by robie View Post
    Outlook allows me to add & display user specific fields. For example, I could add a text field called 'Current Status' & display it in the outlook folder. See snapshot.

    Now, does anybody know how to update a user-specific field, e.g. I could have 'Sent to dev', 'with P/C', etc as part of my 'Current Status' field? Is this even possible or have I got the wrong end of the stick? If wrong end of the stick, then how is one suppose to use the 'user-specific fields'?
    Robie, if I follow you, the usual way to display use defined custom fields is to use a custom form. (There are some displayed custom fields built into the default Contacts view.) A custom form can be built from scratch if you really know what you are doing, but they can also be built from an existing standard template such as a message, task, contact, etc. I don't build or use them, but other Loungers may be able to help you with custom forms.

    I know this isn't very helpful but I hope it points you in the right direction.
    -John ... I float in liquid gardens
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    Quote Originally Posted by robie View Post
    Outlook allows me to add & display user specific fields. For example, I could add a text field called 'Current Status' & display it in the outlook folder. See snapshot.

    Now, does anybody know how to update a user-specific field, e.g. I could have 'Sent to dev', 'with P/C', etc as part of my 'Current Status' field? Is this even possible or have I got the wrong end of the stick? If wrong end of the stick, then how is one suppose to use the 'user-specific fields'?
    Robie, if I follow you, the usual way to display use defined custom fields is to use a custom form. (There are some displayed custom fields built into the default Contacts view.) A custom form can be built from scratch if you really know what you are doing, but they can also be built from an existing standard template such as a message, task, contact, etc. I don't build or use them, but other Loungers may be able to help you with custom forms.

    I know this isn't very helpful but I hope it points you in the right direction.
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    Quote Originally Posted by robie View Post
    Outlook allows me to add & display user specific fields. For example, I could add a text field called 'Current Status' & display it in the outlook folder. See snapshot.

    Now, does anybody know how to update a user-specific field, e.g. I could have 'Sent to dev', 'with P/C', etc as part of my 'Current Status' field? Is this even possible or have I got the wrong end of the stick? If wrong end of the stick, then how is one suppose to use the 'user-specific fields'?
    Robie, if I follow you, the usual way to display use defined custom fields is to use a custom form. (There are some displayed custom fields built into the default Contacts view.) A custom form can be built from scratch if you really know what you are doing, but they can also be built from an existing standard template such as a message, task, contact, etc. I don't build or use them, but other Loungers may be able to help you with custom forms.

    I know this isn't very helpful but I hope it points you in the right direction.
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    Quote Originally Posted by robie View Post
    Outlook allows me to add & display user specific fields. For example, I could add a text field called 'Current Status' & display it in the outlook folder. See snapshot.

    Now, does anybody know how to update a user-specific field, e.g. I could have 'Sent to dev', 'with P/C', etc as part of my 'Current Status' field? Is this even possible or have I got the wrong end of the stick? If wrong end of the stick, then how is one suppose to use the 'user-specific fields'?
    Robie, if I follow you, the usual way to display use defined custom fields is to use a custom form. (There are some displayed custom fields built into the default Contacts view.) A custom form can be built from scratch if you really know what you are doing, but they can also be built from an existing standard template such as a message, task, contact, etc. I don't build or use them, but other Loungers may be able to help you with custom forms.

    I know this isn't very helpful but I hope it points you in the right direction.
    -John ... I float in liquid gardens
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    Quote Originally Posted by robie View Post
    Outlook allows me to add & display user specific fields. For example, I could add a text field called 'Current Status' & display it in the outlook folder. See snapshot.

    Now, does anybody know how to update a user-specific field, e.g. I could have 'Sent to dev', 'with P/C', etc as part of my 'Current Status' field? Is this even possible or have I got the wrong end of the stick? If wrong end of the stick, then how is one suppose to use the 'user-specific fields'?
    Robie, if I follow you, the usual way to display use defined custom fields is to use a custom form. (There are some displayed custom fields built into the default Contacts view.) A custom form can be built from scratch if you really know what you are doing, but they can also be built from an existing standard template such as a message, task, contact, etc. I don't build or use them, but other Loungers may be able to help you with custom forms.

    I know this isn't very helpful but I hope it points you in the right direction.
    -John ... I float in liquid gardens
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