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re-sending an email

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I am using Outlook Express 6. How can I re-send an email that I believe might not have made it to it's destination. I see a way to forward it but not just to resend it as an original email. The "forwarding" adds all that gobbledegook ">"s and header information that I don't want on there.
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You can't use Outlook Express to do this unless you have a NDR from the original message.
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I didn't like the answer but unfortunately the truth hurts.
Thanks for the input.
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