See the Sender's Time Zone in Outlook

Description

If you do a lot of emailing with long-distance friends and colleagues, there’s an Outlook plugin that you’ll probably want to grab: Sender’s Time Zone. Like it sounds, this plugin will display the time zone of the email sender right next to the standard Outlook timestamp. It also calculates the difference from your time zone and the time since the message was sent, too. Handy!  There’s nothing to configure to get it working, you simply install the plugin and that’s it.

Sender’s Time Zone is available as a free download and works in Outlook 2000, XP (2002), 2003, and 2007.

The Discussion

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    USArcher

    Nice, I do sometimes forget who I'm reply to is in a different time zone.  The especially happens with our clients who have multiple office locations.  I wish there was some sort of automatic cache capability to store this information for later use.  For example, when you go to compose a new message, it would be nice if it would inform you if one or more of your recipients are in a different time zone then you are.

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    USArcher

    Nice, I do sometimes forget who I'm reply to is in a different time zone.  The especially happens with our clients who have multiple office locations.  I wish there was some sort of automatic cache capability to store this information for later use.  For example, when you go to compose a new message, it would be nice if it would inform you if one or more of your recipients are in a different time zone then you are.

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    Gunnar Peipman

    Thanks for cool posting! I have some foreign firends and customers who live in different time zones. I tried out this plug-in it is exactly what I want. I hope that next version of Outlook contains something like this as a built-in feature.

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    Gunnar Peipman

    Thanks for cool posting! I have some foreign firends and customers who live in different time zones. I tried out this plug-in it is exactly what I want. I hope that next version of Outlook contains something like this as a built-in feature.

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