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  • Outlook 2003: Moving rather than copying Sent Items emails

    Hi, There seems to be no way that I can see to avoid a copy of an email going into Sent Items, having set up a Rule under 'Start from a blank rule', 'Check messages after sending', 'move a COPY to the specified folder' - is there a way around this ie just to MOVE? Lots of duplicates otherwise!...

    Chillout9950 pointsBadges:
  • Outlook 2003 Archiving issue

    Hi, I have setup email archiving on a users outlook and specified to archive items older than 12 months old. The archived data has items within it that are younger than the specified 12 month option.  This has left only 3 months worth of data in the users inbox. I am aware that archiving runs off...

    Riksupport15 pointsBadges:
  • Outlook 2003: Rule to tag an email to a Contact record

    Hi there This one might be a long shot but is it possible to create a Rule to tag a particular email (eg with certain words in the Subject) to a person in my Contacts and file it into a particular folder (ie 2 actions)? I am a fan of the Activities tab's various views in Contacts and aware that...

    Chillout9950 pointsBadges:
  • Outlook 2003 rule tags

    Where are rule tags stored and what info do they contain?

    Mhatzesb5 pointsBadges:
  • Why do my sent items in Outlook 2003 not stay more than one day?

    WHY do my sent items in outlook not stay more than one day?

    Compumann30 pointsBadges:
  • My Outlook 2003 clients on Exchange 2003 can send but not receive emails

    i have exchange server 2003 with clients using outlook 2k3... i can send emails to all domains including gmail, yahoo, and hotmail etc.. and also to other MS Server 2k3 domains...however i cant recieve any email from the public domains or the private MS 2k3 domains any ideas?

    BentLizzard25 pointsBadges:
  • remove title field when printing email from Outlook 2003

    I need to print about 200 emails from Outlook 2003, without the user's name printed at top (I am told it is the 'title field'. Is this possible? Thanks.

    Dvhennessy5 pointsBadges:
  • Outlook 2002 rules

    Rules that we created in Outlook 2002 are not visible when we upgraded the user to Outlook 2003, but the rules are visible in OWA. What has to be done to get them into the desktop client? We do not want to downgrade.

    ITKE342,450 pointsBadges:
  • Forwarding Outlook Emails

    Outlook 2003 emails is not being forwarded to my Blackberry?   I have 2 folders with "rules" applied to it. When incoming email gets to my inbox there are automatically forwarded to this 2 folders. The problems is when one of this folders gets incoming emails, it doesn't gets forwarded to my...

    ITgeeks35 pointsBadges:
  • An email that has been filtered to junk mail for no apparent reason…HELP!!!

    One of the guys has recieved an important email a week ago but didn't realise until today as it was filtered into junk mail. The email was sent from a contact that he often receives emails from and filters into his inbox as normal without a problem. I have checked the email for any sexual...

    Dani071035 pointsBadges:
  • Outlook 2003 junk mail filter

    For some unknown reason(s), I keep getting some of my internal emails (ie sent and receive within the same domain) ending up in my junk mail folder. Where do I get to review the rules and edit them ?

    Achan115 pointsBadges:
  • Maximum rule space in Outlook/Exchange 2003

    Can the amount of space reserved for rules in Outlook be enlarged?

    SonHouse15 pointsBadges:
  • Outlook Rules and Alerts

    When I make a rule I want it to apply the rule after it has been read. So if it is unread it will stay in my inbox. How would I go about doing this in Outlook 2003?

    TopBubble5 pointsBadges:
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