No subject notification

Posted on 2007-07-22
Last Modified: 2010-05-18
I'm using Outlook 2003.  Is there a way to set up so that I could be alerted if there is no subject on email before I hit send.  

Question by:zubin6220
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    no such built-in feature is present in Outlook 2003 as Outlook Express.

    but here is a VB code which can serve to achieve this;

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    Just what I needed.  Thanks
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