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Hello,

I 've read a lot about how we can create OF actions from Mail messages. I 'm kinda trying to do something different.

I 'd like to add a link to a Mail 5.0 message in an OF tasks. The reason I 'd rather not create a task out of the message is that this task needs me to refer to several email messages, so I 'd rather add a link to all of them in the OF task.

Gmail lets you do this easily coz every Gmail message has a unique URL. I also know if I created an OF task through a Mail 5.0 message, OF internally generates a link to the particular message and includes it in the task. I just need a way to generate the link so I can include it in *my* task.

Any help is appreciated.

vsuri
 
Did you try to drag and drop the message from Mail to the notes field of the OF task? Works with Mail 4.5; I don't have Lion, so can't try it myself.
 
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Did you try to drag and drop the message from Mail to the notes field of the OF task? Works with Mail 4.5; I don't have Lion, so can't try it myself.
Awesome! That works! Thanks!
 
 


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