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Send message to receive in different color

Posted on 2006-10-24
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Using Outlook 2003:

I need to be able to send an email message to another user, but I want it to appear in THEIR inbox in red. Can this be done?

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Tom
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Greetings, Tom !

There is nothing natively within Outlook that will allow you to send an email and it appears in red or a different color.

You can set set a flag that the email is very important.  In the new mesage window, click on the High Importance icon.
Best wishes!
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dam.... now I owe my coworker dinner :)

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