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[Cross post] Recipient list of final task report in Outlook 2002 into Access 2002

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Hello all,

I am trying to find out what the field is in Outlook that holds all
the people's email addresses for when the final completed task report
is sent. Where is it and how can I access it using Access 2002?

Client wants to have access to who in the chain reassigned the task.

In other words, person A created the task. They assigned it to F. F
worked on it and then re-assigned it to C. Ditto from C to L.

I need to access from A's task list, not only that L is now the owner,
but that it had passed from F to C to L...or at least that C was the
one that passed it onto L. Is there any way of doing so from A's
list? If not this, maybe at least the list of ACFL, regardless of
order?

Thanks (yet again) for your help

O
Mar 22 '07 #1
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On Wed, 21 Mar 2007 23:30:10 -0400, The Facilitator
<fa*******@yahoo.comwrote:

It may be worth checking into this great utility for if you REALLY
want to dive into Outlook properties:
http://www.dimastr.com/outspy/

-Tom.

>Hello all,

I am trying to find out what the field is in Outlook that holds all
the people's email addresses for when the final completed task report
is sent. Where is it and how can I access it using Access 2002?

Client wants to have access to who in the chain reassigned the task.

In other words, person A created the task. They assigned it to F. F
worked on it and then re-assigned it to C. Ditto from C to L.

I need to access from A's task list, not only that L is now the owner,
but that it had passed from F to C to L...or at least that C was the
one that passed it onto L. Is there any way of doing so from A's
list? If not this, maybe at least the list of ACFL, regardless of
order?

Thanks (yet again) for your help

O
Mar 22 '07 #2

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