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2 Quick Methods to Check the Creation Time of Your Outlook Tasks

You can easily check the start date and due date of Outlook tasks. But how can you get their creation time? This article will teach you 2 methods. It is inevitable that sometimes you may need to find out the creation time of task items in Outlook for some reasons. However, by default, Outlook only show you the start date and due date, no matter in the task list or in the open task window. In this case, you have to take some extra efforts to find it out. Here we will exhibit 2 approaches...

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5 Useful Tips to Deal with Water Damaged Hard Drive

Has your external hard drive ever suffered water damage? This article will provide you 5 tips about what to do when you encounter water damaged hard drive. Hard drives can get damaged due to a variety of reasons, such as power failures, mechanical errors, physical damages, logical failures and disasters, etc. The hard drive failure from water damage is also common. At best, the hard drive can still keep fine. But at worst, the hard drive may go on strike permanently and the data stored in it...

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How to Traverse a Folder Tree Recursively in Outlook via VBA

If there are sub folders within main Inbox or Sent Items folder, how to go about traversing them in a recursive and efficient way, using VBA, is a very useful tip. This critical piece is reusable in many other VBA projects. The Critical Problem of Traversing Folders Corporate and commercial users of Outlook often end up having hundreds of subfolders beneath their main inbox or sent items folder, with relevant emails in each of those. When there comes a need to go through all those folders to...

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