How can I automatically receive a BCC of all messages I send in Outlook 10?
By Heinrich Klinge
Hello ..... I have Outlook 2003 on my DeskTop which I work from when in my home office --- I have Outlook 2010 on my laptop which of course is my work station when I travel. I also have my account on my Android.My e mail address is from the earthlink.net domain.
I have my desktop and laptop both set to bring me the the mail from earthlink as I never go to that site at all.I have my desktop set to REMOVE data from server.. and on my laptop I have NO as well as on my cell NO.My challenge is not with my cell, however I would like to maintain all e mails on my laptop and desktop without losing them from either.Is there a way of setting up this? I often am traveling and trying to find an e mail that is on my desktop which causes me headaches..Thanks for any help and I hope I have made myself clear on my issue.Heinrich Klingeheinrichklinge@earthlink.net
I have read a few of your articles about scheduling Outlook emails. I have a question about taking this a step further. In our office, we have Outlook 2010.
Issue – some of the execs have now asked that the subordinates email them a daily plan. Every morning we email our calendars with “limited details” to our bosses. Many of us forget when we come straight into full voicemail boxes and back-to-back meetings. So I have been looking for a way to use a Rule or some other mechanism to do this each weekday automatically.
I hope you get the idea by now, but… Each morning at a specified time, Outlook will email my daily calendar with limited details to a specified list.
Of course, we all share calendars with each other. Some of the bosses will take the 2 clicks to check our calendars, but others want it sent as described above.
I posted my question at the link http://www.groovypost.com/howto/microsoft/how-to-automatically-bcc-in-outlook-2010/ yesterday, but today that link is not working. What I want to do is slightly more complicated than what was posted at the link. Below is my original post.
What I am trying to do is create VBscript to CC or BCC (it doesn’t matter which) in the mailbox that I am sending from. I have a total of 5 mailboxes, including my personal and 4 shared boxes. I don’t want this applied to my personal or 1 of the shared, so I want to specify the mailbox names that it is being sent from. If it is one of the 3 it will place a copy of the email being sent into the inbox of the mailbox being sent from.
I know this can be easily done with creating rules, but we have shared mailboxes and due to how we log in, some people don’t like the rules and they uncheck them, very irritating. Also it appears there is no way to record a macro in Outlook, just create one.
I am trying to do something like this:
Private Sub Application_ItemSend(ByVal Item As Object, Cancel As Boolean)If From = "MailBox1@domain.com" Then Forward.Recipients.Add "MailBox1@domain.com"End IfIf From = "MailBox2@domain.com" Then Forward.Recipients.Add "MailBox2@domain.com"End IfIf From = "MailBox3@domain.com" Then Forward.Recipients.Add "MailBox3@domain.com"End IfEnd Sub I am not familiar with VBScript in Outlook at all, starting to get familiar with it in Excel though. Can someone please take a look at this and see if you know how to do this?
has anyone figure out on how to insert an attachment to the mass emails in Outlook 2010?I need to include an PDF attachment with the merged messages?HelpThanks,pettie
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