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Saving sent messages without attachments

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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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.
Please add this step as the SECOND

2. save your message in draft folder.
bradydAuthor Commented:
This will work, but I was lokking for a way to automate the process.  Any ideas?
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Thanks for Rejecting me!! .. you did not say the word (Automate) in the question.
bradydAuthor Commented:
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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