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Undo Send for GMAIL Sent Items Mar 24th, 2009 by MrGroove


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Mar 24th, 2009 by MrGroove" I messed up today :oops: and sent a mail with a wrong attachment using outlook. I immediately used the other action's button and recalled the message. How ever the mail was sent to a Yahoo address and it still appeared in the receiver's in box? Now is there a way that we could do the same as with the g-mail :?: Will be great if we could have a delay on sending from outlook to prevent :oops::oops:

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Hehe that sounds like it could have been very embarrassing!

 

Mrgroove wrote an article on how to enable undo send directly in Outlook.. well there are two actually.

 

This once covers scheduling / delay of email in Outlook.

http://www.groovypost.com/howto/microso ... k-sending/

 

This one covers just the undo send feature in Outlook.

http://www.groovypost.com/howto/microso ... t-outlook/

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Hehe that sounds like it could have been very embarrassing!

 

Mrgroove wrote an article on how to enable undo send directly in Outlook.. well there are two actually.

 

This once covers scheduling / delay of email in Outlook.

http://www.groovypost.com/howto/microso ... k-sending/

 

This one covers just the undo send feature in Outlook.

http://www.groovypost.com/howto/microso ... t-outlook/

gD you bet..the attachment was a in house price costing :oops::oops::oops: Just imagine the client went :lol: Well s**t happens sure i was not the first and probably not the last but are very sure this will never happen again after applying what is in the links you gave will definitely pass this one on to every on in our company. Cheers and props. :!::!::D

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Hehe that sounds like it could have been very embarrassing!

 

Mrgroove wrote an article on how to enable undo send directly in Outlook.. well there are two actually.

 

This once covers scheduling / delay of email in Outlook.

http://www.groovypost.com/howto/microso ... k-sending/

 

This one covers just the undo send feature in Outlook.

http://www.groovypost.com/howto/microso ... t-outlook/

gD you bet..the attachment was a in house price costing :oops::oops::oops: Just imagine the client went :lol: Well s**t happens sure i was not the first and probably not the last but are very sure this will never happen again after applying what is in the links you gave will definitely pass this one on to every on in our company. Cheers and props. :!::!::D

Fortunately last fin year. So not to much ruffling of feathers and only on one product :wink:
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Yeah Carl, your not alone heheheh.

 

My favorite is when I'm ranting about someone on at work but I don't remember how to spell their name so I put it into the CC line to get the right spelling. Then I continue the email forgetting they are sitting in the CC and then I hit send..... OMG

 

Yeah, I've had a few of those moments. Yeah, let's just say I was inspired to write that outlook defer mail send article heheheh.

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Yeah Carl, your not alone heheheh.

 

My favorite is when I'm ranting about someone on at work but I don't remember how to spell their name so I put it into the CC line to get the right spelling. Then I continue the email forgetting they are sitting in the CC and then I hit send..... OMG

 

Yeah, I've had a few of those moments. Yeah, let's just say I was inspired to write that outlook defer mail send article heheheh.

OMG :mrgreen: ....and with all the office politics. A friend of mine asked me after showing him how to do the outlook thing "is there a way that you can stop a SMS the same way sent wrongly from his mobile?" ...check this :arrow: he was invited to a strip bar for a bachelors and replied by text (reply will not be posted here X-rated) made mistake and sent it to his wife!!!! :shock: Still do not know how he got away with it.. :wink:
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