When someone is absent we frequently forward mail for the absent person to someone else in the department through Exchange. However, unless the sender puts 'dear harry' at the top, there is no way for the receiver to know whether the mail was intended for them or for the other person, and this affects the way they respond. Is
S there some way of marking forwarded mail so that it looks different from direct mail?
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