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Old 03-18-2005, 06:16 PM   #1 (permalink)
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In Outlook if you get a 15 minute reminder, you can tell it to remind you later including at the time of the appointment.

With the 7100 (os 4) it seems to have only "open" and "dismiss". If I get a 15 0r 30 minute reminder, is there anyway to quickly reset it to remind at the time of the meeting?

Quickly as in without opening, scrolling down to the reminder and manually setting it (which I haven't even tried, but I assume might work).
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WebMessenger sells "WebMessenger Alerts" that has a snooze feature for reminders, I think.

It's a little bit hard to configure at first, but this software does the trick for some people who badly need the snooze feature.

Another way is to just click "Open" and then quickly decrement the remind time as a snooze workaround (I set my reminder to half an hour default, which allows me to quickly decrement to 15 or 10 minutes upon reminder)

Maybe this is a feature suggestion for the PocketDay author, a snooze feature for reminders?
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