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I had the same problem with Outlook 2010. Use the steps mentioned below, it works like a charm. Don't forget to enable all macros: Trust Center > Macro Settings. Create a Digital certificate for later: Hit Start and type 'certificate', select 'Digital Certificate for VBA Projects' Enter a name for your certificate. Click OK. Open Outlook and hit Alt + F11 ...


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Control Panel -> Administrative Tools -> Task scheduler. Create task (at the right) : Name: Medicine Desc: whatyouwant Trigger tab: NEW Begin: on a schedule Settings: Daily Advanced settings (bottom): Repeat task every: (set it however you want) 1 hour | for a duration: Indefinitely Actions: Display a message Title: Medicine Message: Take your ...


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It is not possible to restore already dismissed reminders. But you can open the calendar view and search by modification date: In Outlook 2007 or Outlook 2010 use modified:date format in the search field. For example, I would type modified:2.10.2012 to see items I might have dismissed today It's not 100% accurate as many things can modify the ...


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In Outlook 2007, that would be: Tools Options... "Other" tab Advanced Options Reminder Options... Uncheck "Display the reminder"


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If it is still occuring you can always start outlook with the switch /cleansniff which should get rid of duplicate reminders. Worth a try. Then try /cleanreminders to clear and reset all reminders (eg show you all future ones which you have snoozed or dismissed etc). Use switches as part of command to start outlook, eg: <path to outlook>\outlook.exe ...


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There is no way. Our company tried escalating it to Microsoft directly. One thing people do here is assign it a more obnoxious sound, to help notice it. But Microsoft has told us it is by design.


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The best answer I've found is here: How to get Outlook appointment reminders to pop up in front of other windows again using some simple VBA. It entails adding a few lines of simple VBA code to "ThisOutlookSession". Now, it pops up a window every time. Much better. Create a Digital certificate for later Hit Start and type ‘certificate’, select ...


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Write a script that waits 20 minutes then shows a message box. Schedule it using the Scheduled Task Wizard, or place it in the "Startup" folder. Note that by doing the latter you will receive a reminder 20 minutes after logging on: WScript.Sleep 1200000 WScript.Echo "That was hard" Write these lines to a file called 'sleep_20m.vbs' and use that script ...


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Several possible solutions, so let's try from the easiest ones and work our way up :-) [1] Click on File -> Options -> Advanced In 'Reminders' section check to see if 'Show reminders' is checked. [2] Start Outlook with '/cleanreminders' command (Start -> Run -> outlook /cleanreminders) [3] Start Outlook with '/cleanfreebusy' command (Start -> Run -> ...


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On the Tools menu, click Options. Click the Other tab, and then click Advanced Options. Click Reminder Options. Select or clear the Display the reminder check box. If Display the reminder is already selected, follow this troubleshooting advice on Microsoft's website.


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Google calendar provides a repeat checkbox for every event you create. You can select this and edit the frequency. The relevant sections in the calendar entry are circled in red in the attached image. After your selections are complete you can confirm your selection by checking the summary section. And here's what you need to do on Outlook. This example ...


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TabAlarm seems to let you shedule a tab to appear at a certain time, and you can then close the tab yourself. I also found an extension called SnoozeTabs which seems pretty similar to Page Snooze.


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Do you have a little reminders thing at the bottom of outlook? Double click that to bring it up and then handle the reminders and again they'll pop up when they're due. This happens because the reminder popped up but was minimized and the pop up window was closed without it being snoozed or dismissed. Outlook then decides you want to aggregate this action ...


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If it doesn't have to be a AHK script, and you are running Vista or Win 7 the Task Scheduler can handle this too. If you run a simple batch files like: @echo off echo Reminder message here. pause Then you can have Window's Task Scheduler run the batch file 20 minutes after login. You need to type in the 20 minutes because the drop down has 15 ...


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If it must be an AutoHotkey script for some reason: Sleep, 1200000 MsgBox Here is a reminder You can schedule the script to run with task scheduler as shown in the other answers, or simply drag the script to the startup folder in the start menu. If you have a big script file already which you use extensively, add this to the top of it, and drag the AHK ...


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If you have logon auditing enabled (which you can do from the Security Policies management console, secpol.msc), you can use the event viewer to find the event for user logoff or system shutdown. Then, you can click on "create a task for this event" and create a task that displays the desired message. As mentioned in the comments, you could also use a logoff ...


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Adolf, here is what you should do to have it done correctly. I tested it with my Office 2003 machine and it seems to work fine. I get the Due date and time I can chose among the drop down list. Open the message or contact you want to change the due date for. Click Follow Up . Enter a date and time in the Due by boxes. Note: Items past their due date ...


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Your question asks to "retrieve all dismissed reminders". I am not sure if, by "retrieve", you mean to view a list of all dismissed reminders or if you want to "undismiss" them. I've been looking for a solution to the latter for a long time and just now stumbled upon it. You first open the meeting or appointment (I double-click the event in my calendar). ...


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When creating an event in Google Calendar, you have to option for repeat. Set that to Weekly, set the next option Repeat every 4 weeks, set the next option to Repeat on Wednesday, and done. Change days, weeks, etc as needed. Wash, Rinse, Repeat.


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Notes already tells you when you accept a meeting invite if that invite conflicts with your unavailable time. Unfortunately, it doesn't automatically differentiate between the TYPES of unavailable times: whether you're out of the office, or have a conflicting meeting. You can manually reset individual meeting alarms by editing the calendar entry. Just open ...


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I think the closest to what you want is the mediawiki-announce mailing list: Low-traffic list for announcements of new MediaWiki releases and security updates. If you want to get an RSS feed of the emails to this mailing list, you can use the Gmane view of the list.


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File > Options.. In dialog box open Calendar tab. There is a setting "Default Reminders". It's default is 15 minutes. But maybe you accidentally changed this to 4 days, 2 weeks or something else...


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This was bugging me too. After some intense searching I found a partial answer: http://www.pcreview.co.uk/forums/hidden-outlook-reminders-t3972914.html If you change the "Taskbar buttons" setting under the "Taskbar and Start Menu Properties" to "Never combine," then the grouping separates and the reminder pops-up in front of whatever else you ...


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I used Filebox eXtender and when the first reminder comes in I open it and click the new 'pin' icon at the top right of the caption bar. Then when the next reminder comes in, it comes in the foreground...


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It would be nice, but sorry, you simply cannot. In fact, it was a well-know bug out there that if you tried to set the default greater than 18 hours, it would just changes it back to 18 hours. They finally fixed that in SP1, released recently.


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You didn't say what operating system you're using. I'm going to assume you can use Linux for this answer. With nmh (a derivative of MH-E) you could write a script (Perl, Bash, etc) that would look through your +inbox for messages without a follow-up. The script would not be trivial, but it could be done. I'm certain you can't use gmail and do what you ...


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While I've not (yet) used it myself, it looks like FollowUp comes close to providing what you're looking for. You can have it send you a reminder email just by adding the appropriate FollowUp email address to one of the addressee (to, cc, or bcc) fields of your outgoing email. If your recipient replies before your reminder comes in, you can cancel a ...


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Apparently, Boomerang for Gmail can do this:


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Change timezone to visiting then back to home. For me it's worked.



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