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Reply and keep your attachments in the reply

Posted on 2003-11-20
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Normally if you reply it wood be logical to not send the attachments to that post because all the senders/recipients have the attachments.

What I want is to have in a reply the attachments. Is this possible in outlook 2003 or do I need an add-on like the attachments options for outlook?

Regards Thadir
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Pete Long earned 90 total points
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Hi Thadir,
Change the format of replied to messages
On the Tools menu, click Options.


Click the Preferences tab, and then click E-Mail Options.


In the When replying to a message box, click the option you want.

"attach original message"

Cheers!
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PeteLong


This will not attacht the pdf (in this case). It only will send the text
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