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Printing MS Office 2010 "Inbox" index list only

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Printing MS Office 2010 "Inbox" index list only

wmclay
I need to know if it is possible to print a list of all the email in your inbox. I dont want to print the emails them selves, but rather the from, subject adn recieved... I know you can export, but this is a bit messy for users. One of our managers asked if they can print a list of the emails in their outlook inbox. I have MS Office 2010
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    Rob Kuhn

    The only way I've been able to do it is to "Export to a file", select "Microsoft Excel 97-2003", select the Inbox and then "Map Custom Fields ...". Clear the Map and then just drag the values such as "From: (Name)" and "Subject". The odd(?) thing about the "Mapping" is that there's no "Date" or "Recieved" field.

    There's probably a utility that can do this too. I've just never been able to locate one. Hope this helps ... :)

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    Rob Kuhn

    Highlight the Inbox then go to File and select Print. Change it from "Memo Style" to "Table Style".

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    wmclay

    Great, worked easily
    Thanks
    Bill McLay

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    ThatOtherApple

    Use MS Access to attach to your Exchange server or Inbox. You'll get the Inbox as a table that you can do whatever you want with.

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    Rob Kuhn

    The only way I've been able to do it is to "Export to a file", select "Microsoft Excel 97-2003", select the Inbox and then "Map Custom Fields ...". Clear the Map and then just drag the values such as "From: (Name)" and "Subject". The odd(?) thing about the "Mapping" is that there's no "Date" or "Recieved" field.

    There's probably a utility that can do this too. I've just never been able to locate one. Hope this helps ... :)

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    Rob Kuhn

    Highlight the Inbox then go to File and select Print. Change it from "Memo Style" to "Table Style".

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    wmclay

    Great, worked easily
    Thanks
    Bill McLay

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    ThatOtherApple

    Use MS Access to attach to your Exchange server or Inbox. You'll get the Inbox as a table that you can do whatever you want with.