Implementing Enhanced Notes: Series Index

March 4th, 2019 by Ian Grieve

GP Elementz Enhanced NotesISC Software Solutions, the company I work for has, over time, developed a number of add-ons for Microsoft Dynamics GP. The first one of these add-ons I’m going to take a look at is the Enhanced Notes.

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Implementing Enhanced Notes

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Shortcut Command Line Parameters For Outlook Email, Appointments, etc.

March 3rd, 2019 by Ian Grieve

Microsoft OutlookI’m currently setting up a new laptop and re-creating all of the shortcuts I am used to having, which includes shortcuts not only for Outlook itself, but also for the types of items. For example, I want to use the Run window and type EMAIL and have a new email window open.

Creating the shortcuts is straight forward, but you need to know the command line parameters:

Appointment:
   /c ipm.appointment

Contact:
   /c ipm.contact

Email:
   /c ipm.note

Note:
   /c ipm.stickynote

Task:
   /c ipm.task

I wish the email one was email instead of note as I never remember it on first attempt.

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Shortcut Command Line Parameters For Outlook Email, Appointments, etc.

March 3rd, 2019 by Ian Grieve

Microsoft OutlookI’m currently setting up a new laptop and re-creating all of the shortcuts I am used to having, which includes shortcuts not only for Outlook itself, but also for the types of items. For example, I want to use the Run window and type EMAIL and have a new email window open.

Creating the shortcuts is straight forward, but you need to know the command line parameters:

Appointment:
   /c ipm.appointment

Contact:
   /c ipm.contact

Email:
   /c ipm.note

Note:
   /c ipm.stickynote

Task:
   /c ipm.task

I wish the email one was email instead of note as I never remember it on first attempt.

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