OUTLOOK 2003 BUG: Tasks do not accept HTML messages

When dragging a message received in HTML over to the Tasks folder the
body of the message disappears.

Tom 
Tulane University
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tcheek (5)
2/9/2004 9:46:50 PM
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Works for me. What is your setup?
Connected to Exchange? If so; are you using Cached Exchange mode?
If not; POP3, IMAP or other...? and are you using an Outlook 2003 pst-file
or an Outlook 97-2002 pst-file?

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"tc" <tcheek@law.tulane.edu> wrote in message
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> When dragging a message received in HTML over to the Tasks folder the
> body of the message disappears.
>
> Tom
> Tulane University


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Roady
2/9/2004 10:16:56 PM
Connected to exchange 2003 all mail stored on exchange. Should I be
using cached exchange mode?

On Mon, 9 Feb 2004 23:16:56 +0100, "Roady [MVP]"
<newsgroups_DELETE_@_DELETE_sparnaaij_NO_._SPAM_net> wrote:

>Works for me. What is your setup?
>Connected to Exchange? If so; are you using Cached Exchange mode?
>If not; POP3, IMAP or other...? and are you using an Outlook 2003 pst-file
>or an Outlook 97-2002 pst-file?

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tcheek (5)
2/9/2004 11:20:42 PM
Cached Exchange mode fixed it.... 

This setting is new?

Did not have this problem until I upgraded Outlook to 2003. Why just
HTML messages? Was this done intentionally and if so why? Seems
undesirable to me.

-tom

On Mon, 9 Feb 2004 23:16:56 +0100, "Roady [MVP]"
<newsgroups_DELETE_@_DELETE_sparnaaij_NO_._SPAM_net> wrote:

>Works for me. What is your setup?
>Connected to Exchange? If so; are you using Cached Exchange mode?
>If not; POP3, IMAP or other...? and are you using an Outlook 2003 pst-file
>or an Outlook 97-2002 pst-file?

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tcheek (5)
2/9/2004 11:27:44 PM
I was not able to reproduce your problem. The configuration and steps
described works for me. Have you tried recreating your non-cached mail
profile already?

And yes, cached Exchange mode is indeed a new option.

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"tc" <tcheek@law.tulane.edu> wrote in message
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> Cached Exchange mode fixed it....
>
> This setting is new?
>
> Did not have this problem until I upgraded Outlook to 2003. Why just
> HTML messages? Was this done intentionally and if so why? Seems
> undesirable to me.
>
> -tom
>
> On Mon, 9 Feb 2004 23:16:56 +0100, "Roady [MVP]"
> <newsgroups_DELETE_@_DELETE_sparnaaij_NO_._SPAM_net> wrote:
>
> >Works for me. What is your setup?
> >Connected to Exchange? If so; are you using Cached Exchange mode?
> >If not; POP3, IMAP or other...? and are you using an Outlook 2003
pst-file
> >or an Outlook 97-2002 pst-file?
>


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Roady
2/10/2004 1:20:08 PM
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