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Keeping a Journal

The Outlook Journal keeps track of all your interactions with contacts, Outlook items, and activities. Although you can make manual entries, the real power of the Journal appears when you automate Outlook to record the following types of Journal entries:

  • Track and record all items (such as e-mail) that you send to and receive from contacts. Depending on the option you selected when you set up a contact, the Journal can automatically record all interactions with that contact, or you can record interactions selectively.

  • Keep track of all Office documents that you create or edit. Browse the Journal to find a summary of the documents you created and the order in which you created (and edited) them.

  • Track all meetings automatically.

  • Track all appointments and tasks manually. (Outlook does not track appointments and tasks automatically; you must enter them yourself every time you add an appointment or task.)

  • Manually record any activity in your Outlook Journal, including conversations around the water cooler.


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