Ear-mark e-mails in Outlook in-box once they are saved to Maximizer -- to eliminate doubt that causes operator to re-save
When I receive an e-mail, I try to discipline myself to immediately save it to the record of its sender before I double-click on it in the inbox, and then click-on Reply, Reply-all, or Forward to respond.
But sometimes I forget to first save the incoming e-mail. Sometimes, even if I HAVE saved the incoming e-mail, I may forget whether I have saved it or I haven't.
Instead of searching for the sender's record in Maximizer, then checking the sender's Documents to verify whether or not I'd already saved the e-mail, I typically re-save that e-mail to Maximizer to save myself extra effort and time. That has resulted in a lot of duplicate saves.
If the incoming e-mail showing in the Outlook in-box could be 'ear-marked' once it is saved to the sender's and/or other records' then I would be saved the extra effort and time needed to create a duplicate-save, and that record's Documents would be easier to index.
This can be done in Outlook by going to Preferences under the Maximizer tab and selecting a category marker under "Categorize saved emails as"
Jon Arancio commented
I think you can do this using the Categorize saved emails as function in the Outlook add-in. It is in Preferences and you can set a certain color for Maximizer saved emails.