In Outlook 2013 and 2016 (Office 365), this is under Options -> Mail -> under "Send messages":
Delete meeting requests and notifications from Inbox after responding.
It seems trivial but takes long time to find it.
Please see the screenshot:
Outlook uses the system-wide long date format setting, so by changing the long date format in the windows control panel to include 'dddd', outlook will also show the name of the day.
This setting can be found in the Region and Language section of the control panel. In English windows 7 you could search for "Change the date, time, or number format" to find ...
Found a workaround. Turns out if I uncheck the "Show missed reminders" under Preferences>Calendar>Reminders, I don't haver this issue. I don't need to be seeing missed reminders so problem is (essentially) solved.
In Outlook 2016, I do this annoyingly weird sequence of steps:
In the email view (not calendar view), click in the Search Current Mailbox field (above the messages pane).
In the ribbon, go to the Search tab, select Search Tools → Advanced Find...
In the Advanced Find dialog set the following parameters
Look = Appointments and Meetings
In = Deleted Items (...
I got the week numbers using the T-Clock (suggested by Mikal Madsen).
Here is what I did:
Downloaded the T-Clock (binaries) (the file T-Clock.zip)
Extracted the Zip
Miscellaneous -> Checked
"Use T-Clock's calendar" and "Show week numbers"
Pressed Apply ->
OK (now the system clock changed)
Left clicked the system
It's well hidden but you can move these appointments like this:
Open the whole series (not the single appointment)
On the upper left select "File" - now this crazy dialog opens
Click on "Move to Folder" and select your prefered Folder
AutoHotKey can also be used to solve this. This script will put the reminder window on top without stealing focus (tested with Win10 / Outlook 2013)
TrayTip Script, Looking for Reminder window to put on top, , 16
SetTitleMatchMode 2 ; windows contains
WinSet, AlwaysOnTop, on, Reminder(s)
Yes, it is possible. I tested this myself in Outlook 2010.
Create a new rule for when a message arrives.
Under the Step 1 on the conditions page, select uses the form name form
Under Step 2 on the conditions page, click form name
Choose Application Forms rather than Personal Forms, and then choose the forms that apply.
Definitely select the Meeting Request ...
In Outlook, switch to the "Mail" or "Folder" view, and click on your Inbox.
Click on the magnifying glass at the right end of the search bar.
When you do that, it brings up a new ribbon of Search Tools.
Click on the "Search Tools" Icon (wrench and hammer) and then to Advanced Find under the drop down menu.
Make sure the drop downs are set to "...
You can prevent meeting request replies
Even if you don't turn off the response option when you initially send the meeting request, you can change the option at any time.
Open the meeting.
On the Meeting Ribbon
In the Attendees group, click Responses.
NOTE: For recurring meetings, the Meeting tab appears as the Recurring Meeting tab.
Uncheck Request ...
T-clock is free and does what you want. Easy to set up and customize and comes with excellent instruction document. Installed it myself and set it up now in Windows 7 - works great.
On Windows 10:
Right-click on the Taskbar Clock area. Choose Adjust date/time
It opens a dialog, with a Formats section, where there is a display-only summary of options, including First day of week. Click the link Change date and time Formats
On the dialog that now appears, you can choose what one you want on the First day of week combobox.
Check HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\SideBySide\PreferExternalManifest and make sure it is not there or set to 0.
If set to 1 as suggested in some how-to's for adapting DPI scaling for older apps, this entry causes the following side effects in Windows 7:
Resource monitor (resmon.exe) does not start anymore;
Network icon not displayed in ...
You can do this:
choose default color grey
right click the calendar
in the context menu choose "View Settings..."
choose "Conditional Formatting..."
now add a bright color with the advanced condition to match when
start and end date equals today
enjoy and never attend meetings again today which are really scheduled for tomorrow :)
Note that recurring ...
You can display the calendar with a combination of three keyboard shortcuts:
Win+B, Arrow right, Enter
Win+B selects the Windows system tray
Arrow right selects the calendar
Enter opens the calendar
Image source: How-To Geek.
I was wondering the same thing and just found something that works. If you view your calender in "month view" and have the "To Do" bar showing. (Mine is on the right side) You can drag the "task" item and drop it onto the correct day on your calender. Then when you print your calender all your appointments and tasks will appear together.
Dim MyReminder As Outlook.Reminder
Dim MyReminders As Outlook.Reminders
Dim Report As String
Dim i As Long
Set MyReminders = Outlook.Reminders
i = 0
For Each MyReminder In MyReminders
If HasReminderFired(MyReminder) = True Then
i = i + 1
In Outlook 2010, try the following steps:
Navigate to your Calendar.
On the Ribbon, Click on View.
Look for the Layout Section.
Click on Daily Task List.
Click on Normal.
Click on Daily Task List and for Arrange by, choose Due Date.
At the bottom of the Calendar, you should see a section with your tasks:
This should work nicely in either Day, Work ...
First, if you don't already have one handy, you'll need to download a ...
Same as Gullu's anwer above but with change to accommodate different window title:
Private Declare PtrSafe Function FindWindowA Lib "user32" (ByVal lpClassName As String, ByVal lpWindowName As String) As Long
Private Declare PtrSafe Function SetWindowPos Lib "user32" (ByVal hwnd As Long, ByVal hWndInsertAfter As Long, ByVal X As Long, ByVal Y As Long, ...
With T-clock you can get the week number to show in the system tray:
Download and unzip
Time Format -> Check the "Advanced clock format" box
Add 'Wi' (without quotes) somewhere in the format (see example below)
An example format (that happens to be the one I'm using):
H:nn w.Wi\n yyyy-mm-dd
Here are two options:
Open the meeting in the calendar view and click on the scheduling assistant button - this lists all invitees with their required/optional status
Add some custom formatting to show optional meetings visually.
Right click on the calendar
Select "View Settings"
Select "Conditional formatting"
Add a new rule, give it a name and a colour ...
From the calendar view in Outlook 2010, typing Ctrl+Shift+F opens up Advanced Find, where you can search appointments by subject/body/etc.
This also works in Outlook 2007, and is a way to search for text in a calendar item (appointment, event…) regardless of date (past or future). For some reason, at least in Outlook 2007, the "Search Calendar" box ...