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How to add a SCL (Spam Confidence Level) column to Outlook 2007

First open a new txt file and copy the lines below:

;**********The CFG file**********
[Description]
MessageClass=IPM.Note
CLSID={00020D31-0000-0000-C000-000000000046}
DisplayName=SCL Extension Form
Category=Standard
Subcategory=Form
Comment=This forms allows the SCL to be viewed as a column
LargeIcon=IPML.ico
SmallIcon=IPMS.ico
Version=1.0
Locale=enu
Hidden=1
Owner=Microsoft Corporation
Contact=Your Name
[Platforms]
Platform1=Win16
Platform2=NTx86
Platform9=Win95
[Platform.Win16]
CPU=ix86
OSVersion=Win3.1
[Platform.NTx86]
CPU=ix86
OSVersion=WinNT3.5
[Platform.Win95]
CPU=ix86
OSVersion=Win95
[Properties]
Property01=SCL
[Property.SCL]
Type=3
NmidInteger=0x4076
DisplayName=SCL
[Verbs]
Verb1=1
[Verb.1]
DisplayName=&Open
Code=0
Flags=0
Attribs=2
[Extensions]
Extensions1=1
[Extension.1]
Type=30
NmidPropset={00020D0C-0000-0000-C000-000000000046}
NmidInteger=1
Value=1000000000000000
;**********END CFG

Now save it and call it SCL.CFG. Copy the file you just created and move it down to C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office12\FORMS\1033\.

Now go to Tools –> Options –> Other (tab) –> Advanced Options –> Custom Forms –> Manage Forms –> Install.
Now find the file you just created and press Open.
Accept (or modify) the offered settings.
Now hit OK several times and return to the main window.
Now right click on the column headings in your Inbox or any other folder and choose “Customize Current View” and click on “Fields..”. Scroll down and select “Forms…”, control that Personal Forms is selected and choose SCL Extension Form. Now select SCL and click add and then OK (2x) and you are sorted.

-Eric

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  1. sam
    August 3, 2010 at 4:54 pm

    Copied from
    http://blogs.technet.com/b/exchange/archive/2004/05/26/142607.aspx

    Plus, doesn’t work in Outlook 2007. See http://www.slipstick.com/exs/customfields.htm

    But way to go, Internet-dude.

    • August 4, 2010 at 1:36 am

      Only thing that’s copied is that CFG file. You cant really create your own, can you ?. I did write this post for myself (easier for me to find this info when I need it again).

      Plus It does work with Outlook 2007, I guess you just failed at reading.

      PS! I’ve managed to get this working with Outlook 2010, I’ll update this post soon.

      -Eric

      • Chris
        November 30, 2011 at 12:00 pm

        Did you ever get it to work with Outlook 2010? If so do you have another .cfg file?

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