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Keeping Outlook users happy!

We have new users who are used to Outlook

They tend to set the display in 4 columns

"Folder Tree" "Inbox Message" "Preview" Todo
with calender (month)

Must admit I can see the advantages ie. todo constantly visible

I've looked at various option in GW 2012 Client - in case I missed something
is there anyway to set this up?

Panels don't seem to be useable as In box cannot be displayed in there !

The 1st three are no problem!
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bhrt60 wrote:

> We have new users who are used to Outlook
>
> They tend to set the display in 4 columns
>
> "Folder Tree" "Inbox Message" "Preview" Todo
> with
> calender (month)
>
> Must admit I can see the advantages ie. todo constantly visible
>
> I've looked at various option in GW 2012 Client - in case I missed
> something
> is there anyway to set this up?
>
> Panels don't seem to be useable as In box cannot be displayed in there
> !


Sure you can display the inbox in a panel. I do it every day with my
default home view in the 2012 client. I use a two column view, the
first column is my calendar in day view, the second column is my inbox.
I also have QV installed which I display to the right instead of at the
bottom (similar to how Outlook does its preview pane).

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