The Reminders window in Outlook 2010 gives you a dropdown list of Snooze options, but you can also type your own. If I type
foo, Outlook responds with 'The snooze time "foo" is invalid. Enter a valid snooze time.' But if I type
10 foos, Outlook doesn't complain and the reminder is hidden. It appears as if the reminder never comes back - it's just dismissed forever with no warning.
Since I'd like to avoid losing my reminders unpredictably... is there any way to enable stricter warnings in case I make a typo like "2 houres"? (In a case like that it would be highly non-obvious that the reminder is lost, because I wouldn't expect it to pop up again for a while anyway).
Related question: Is the list of supported formats documented anywhere? I couldn't find any online documentation for the syntax, but it definitely supports some things that are not in the dropdown list (e.g. the shorthand "min" instead of "minutes").