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Working with rules...

I created a rule which forwards every e-mail coming from "SomeEmail@yahoo.com" to "OtherEmail@hotmail.com". This is working fine, but the e-mail I receive at "OtherEmail@hotmail.com" contains a block of text in its body saying it is a forwarded message.

I need to remove this text from the e-mail, so that when it gets to hotmail, it does not look like it was forwarded.

Any way to alter the rule to remove this piece of text before forwarding the e-mail????

Thanks in advance
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dyma82
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dyma82
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tcavCommented:
Can't.

The Rules Wizard can't not modify the message. Earlier versiona of Outlook that used the Inbox Assistant, could forward the message intact, but later version can't.

Can you auto-forward your email at the mail server?

Ref: "OL97: Forwarded Message Behaves Differently with Rules Wizard [Q173462]"

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dyma82Author Commented:
Yep...you are right!
Thanks
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JgouldCommented:
force accepted since question was still open

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