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Creating a mail template form

Posted on 2002-07-17
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Is there a way to create a mail template form that you can specify the To: field and Subject: field so that users cannot change them? We are trying to create a way to have our users send a e-mail to our helpdesk through the Outlook client where they cannot modify the To or subject field using a template form.

Anyone ever have to do anything like this?

Thanks,

Tim
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What about creating a form and publishing it?

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;Q258256
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I've looked at this and a few other options and best thing to accomplish the task that I need to do is by creating a toolbar with a mailto: button which you can have the Mailto and subject fields filled in. Only problem is how can I get this created toolbar to other users without making them create it? Is it possible to create a macro to create this toolbar?
A button on the toolbar would be very conveinent for the users.

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Tim
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