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Define a button to call the following VBA macro to display the header of the currently selected mail: Public Sub mailHeaderView() Dim exp As Explorer Dim sel As Selection Dim please As String Dim s As String Dim mi As Outlook.mailItem Dim TransportMessageHeadersSchema As String ' ...
I personally put the button on Outlook Quick Access Toolbar (QAT). In order to do that, just click on the drop-down in the very upper left corner of Outlook window and select "More Commands...". In the "Customize Quick Access Toolbar" dialog, select "All Commands" in the "from" list and Add>> the "Message Options..." button to the right list. Click OK and ...
There is an option in each calendar to displayed it as an Overlay. Right click on each calendar and select Overlay: Overlay can also be set from the view menu
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