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I would like for attachment to be automatically detached to a specific, not .past folder, and then kick off a program I want to run.  I don't seem to be able to do it via the rules. I can only seem to detach it to an outlook folder. I am running Outlook 2K. Any ideas?
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I know that CaSaveAttch by www.ornic.com can save an attachment to a specific folder on your drive but not sure how far it will go in meeting you other need. (the description sounds right)

http://www.ornic.com/exchange/doc/casaveatt.shtml
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Good enough
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