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Introduction

The Journal records when you create, use, or modify items in Microsoft Office Outlook 2003, and shows these actions in a timeline view. In addition to tracking e-mail and other Outlook items, you can also track Microsoft Office documents, recording the file type, filename, date the document was created, how long the document was open, and the path to which the document is stored on your computer. In fact, the Journal lets you keep a record of anything you want to remember, such as phone calls, meetings, or how much time you spend on particular projects.

During a typical workday, you probably talk to numerous people both in person and on the phone. You take notes about those conversations. The Journal provides a central location where you can store those notes and other details, such as dates and times, about your interactions with contacts. Outlook automatically creates a Journal entry for the types of actions you specify based on when the action occurs. For example, the Journal records an e-mail message when you send it, or a Word document when you create it.


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