Can I change the "modified date" to "received date"

Can I change the "modified date" to "received date"

Post by Uy5ML » Sat, 12 Aug 2006 00:46:02


Hello,
Since Outlook changes the "modified date" of emails when I move them to
another folder, archiving doesn't work as expected. Is it possible to change
back the "modified date" to the "received date" using VBA or other techniques?
I use Outlook 2003.

Thank You,
S.L.
 
 
 

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