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If you’re inundated with a high volume of daily messages and struggle to identify the important ones, consider flagging them. In MS Outlook 2000, you can flag important messages in your inbox for easy recognition. Additionally, for messages requiring follow-up by a specific date, you can set a due date.
At times, when you flag a message for follow-up and set a ‘Due by’ date, you may notice that the default time for the reminder flag is set for 5:00 PM or later. This typically occurs when the time settings for flags are derived from the calendar workweek as configured in the Calendar Options dialog box.
Solution of the problem: To resolve this issue, you can adjust the reminder time in the ‘Due by’ box when setting the flag on the message.
Before changing reminder time, you need to change the calendar work week. To change the calendar work week, follow these simple steps:
To set a message flag with a specific time:
To set a default reminder time in the Outlook, follow the steps-
The problem of a default late flag time for messages can be easily resolved by following the steps mentioned above. These steps guide you on changing the calendar workweek and setting a message flag for your preferred time.
The Kernel for Outlook PST Repair tool thoroughly scans the file for any corruption or deletions and rectifies errors that may impact the mailbox’s performance. This error-free software safeguards the file and preserves its structure. If corruption is preventing you from editing the default reminder time, using this software can help eliminate the problem.