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Printing emails from MS Exchange

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When printing two or more messages simultaneously from MS Exchange, They print as a document instead of each new message printing on a separate page.  How can I avoid this?
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I don't think there is any direct way. MS Exchange treats your selection as an order to concatenate the files and treat them as one. There are no other options.

The solutions are not very exciting for you. If you have print monitor you can simply select them one by one and queue them to the printer. (You aren't going to be too thrilled by that option!)

Alternatively, you can save them as a file in the same way as you printed them as a file through Exchange, but put them in Word, use a typewriter font such as Courier, and manually place page breaks after each complete email. This takes away some of the feel of printing direct from email, unfortunately.

I'm afraid that there is no other solutions as far as I am aware.

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rifty,

Thanks for responding to my question so quickly.  Were you previously aware of this problem?

You are correct, I am not thrilled by the options you suggested.  

Thanks

Gumster
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