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Outlook 2002 Follow up delete

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I have users using Microsoft Outlook 2002, and have been
using the follow up options to do various things with
their email. I have been ask to see if somehow we could
use somekind of delete message on certain occasions or
events.
Can anyone help with this matter?
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Question by:thom_lsb
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by:jessnjeff
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Please elaborate and/or give a specific example.
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EricWestbo earned 400 total points
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Thom...

If you're asking whether or not it is possible to delete an incoming message based on content, sender or subject heading, this can be done through the rules settings.

Details: http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;EN-US;q291608

hope this helps!

/ew
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by:thom_lsb
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Thanks for timely response and assistance.
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