- Windows 7 Ultimate 32-bit edition
- Microsoft Office 2007 Outlook
Steps to Reproduce:
- Make an event that recurs once a week.
- Wait a week.
- See that it pops up OK.
- Wait a month.
- Notice that it doesn't say that it is a month overdue.
The usual note that the reminder is [x] weeks overdue.
Actual Result: Something like "6 days overdue".
Possible Excaberating Issue:
I have many overdue reminders. For the ones that aren't time critical (and all other things being equal), I work by category and age. For example, I do health-related reminders when I'm doing health stuff; if I have 2 health-related reminders, I do the older one first.
How is Outlook supposed to handle this sort of overdue recurring reminder? Is there any way to get Outlook to act the way I expect it to?