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remove fw: from forwarded emails

Posted on 2003-11-20
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i want to remove fw: from forwarded emails in outlook xp / 2000 automaticly without having to manually delete it
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I don't think you can.  Outlook (and OE) will automatically put in fw: for forwarded mail and re: for replies.  I have looked for settings and utilities to disable this in the past with no luck.

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by:Rickyhollis
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You cant, as MusicMan said Outlook creates it automatically.
You have to erase it manually.

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by:shivsa
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I agree with MusicMan, u can not.
this is one kind of identification thing. and u can not remove automatically.
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