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Posted by Leib Moscovitz
Jul 13, 2020 at 02:28 PM

 

Glad to hear that UR seems to be doing the job for you!

The hack to which I was referring lets you view your Outlook inbox (etc.) WITHIN UR - see e.g. https://kinook.com/Forum/showthread.php?t=1632&highlight=ldangelo, and the Outlook Viewer Items in the Outlook.URD files which are installed when you install UR.

If you are interested in doing this, but you are using UR 6.0 and it doesn’t work, you can PM me for a hack which lets you do this (I recently notified UR support about this hack as well.)

Good luck!

 


Posted by Dr Andus
Jul 13, 2020 at 10:31 PM

 

Leib Moscovitz wrote:
>The hack to which I was referring lets you view your Outlook inbox
>(etc.) WITHIN UR - see e.g.
>https://kinook.com/Forum/showthread.php?t=1632&highlight=ldangelo, and
>the Outlook Viewer Items in the Outlook.URD files which are installed
>when you install UR.

I see… Thanks for explaining this.Very kind of you. Actually I’m still on version 4… And it turns out that what’s described at that link was already working automatically with Outlook 365!

I was actually a bit shocked to see that UR was already fully synced with my Outlook account without me having to set up anything. On top of that it all happened in the sample introduction file…

But actually I wasn’t planning to use this functionality yet (perhaps once I begin to understand why I would want it). At the moment I’m content with dragging and dropping individual emails into folders I’ve created.

I like the fact that I can organise the interface to my liking and that I can add notes to individual emails.

So far so good. Finally I found a use for this software I bought probably some 10 years ago…

 


Posted by Ken
Jul 16, 2020 at 04:32 AM

 

This may not exactly address your problem, but I just saw that Microsoft is releasing a new Outlook product in O365 (now M365?) that is currently called Project Moca.  There are several articles about it if you do a web search.  Not sure what to make of it, but it could be interesting.  It does allow you to pull email messages and save them in the work space with other types of information.

—Ken

 


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