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Old 09-16-2012, 09:51 AM   #12
Steve Rindsberg
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You can tell Outlook to put its data where you want it. You kind of have to get it down on the ground with its face in the dirt and its arm twisted up behind its back. But that's good for it. Teaches it a bit of humility. I've probably got some notes on how to do it around here somewhere. Yell if you want me to dig 'em up.

   
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