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Is it possible to have Outlook check before sending if the "Subject" box is blank?  Outlook won't send if 'To:' is blank, but could not find a setting to check if the "Subject" box is blank.

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JK
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Check Sue Mosher's post here about half way down:  http://www.outlookcode.com/codedetail.aspx?id=126
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Nice one, mob-bom!
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Exactly right. mob-bom
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