Pop ups in MS Outlook 2003

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Question #1: How can I get a little pop up to appear every time someone puts a message from the inbox to the deleted folder? Is this possible? I'm willing to use add-on software if need be. Question #2: How can I get all incoming messages to have a signature stamped on it? I want the incoming message from any sender to say "Do not delete/move message until receiving reply". It will serve as a reminder for our dispatchers. I know I could redirect all my mail to xyz account (if it comes from abcd sender) and then redirect that mail from xyz account back to my Inbox via exception. Understandably, I don't want to do that.
ASKED: February 18, 2009  7:20 PM
UPDATED: February 18, 2009  8:46 PM

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Answer to question #2 – This depends on your exchange version, which you did not mention. That is if this is an exchange account. In Exchange 2007 you can set transport rules to add a “disclaimer” with whatever text you want to the foot of every message sent to that specific account whether from internal or external accounts. You can choose font size and color to use in the rule also. This is not available in earlier exchange versions.

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