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Old 10-21-2013, 06:38 AM
bwhinmk bwhinmk is offline Contact group inbox colour help Windows 7 64bit Contact group inbox colour help Office 2010 64bit
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Hello,



Please could someone help?

I have a colleague who is the member of two contact groups, sales and purchasing. There are two or three members of each contact group. Is there a way using conditional formatting whereby any emails that come through to the inbox due to them being a member of the sales group are shown in blue and any emails that come through to the inbox due to them being parts of the purchasing group are shown in green?

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