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Saving sent messages without attachments

Posted on 1999-07-14
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I would like to save any message I send, but I don't need to save the attachments, is there an easy way to do this?
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Question by:bradyd
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by:MrNet
ID: 1625486
there is an easy way.

1. write your message.

2. before attach any thing drag it in an opened folder on the desk top .. the email program will make a copy of the message there.

3. attach what you want, and send the message.

4. now, you have a copy, you can drag it into any folder on your system or in your email program .. and without attachments.


I hope that helps.
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by:MrNet
ID: 1625487
Please add this step as the SECOND

2. save your message in draft folder.
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by:bradyd
ID: 1625488
This will work, but I was lokking for a way to automate the process.  Any ideas?
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MrNet earned 200 total points
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Thanks for Rejecting me!! .. you did not say the word (Automate) in the question.
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by:bradyd
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I didn't mean to 'reject' you - I just didn't want the question closed yet - I realize I didn't include the word automated, my mistake.  Sorry!!!!!
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