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Posted on 2007-12-03
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How do I automatically print attachments to a printer via Outlook, such that the flow is as follows:

1) Mail item arrives with attachment in multi-page TIF format
2) Item immediately prints to a local/network printer, regardless of user selecting the item.
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David Lee earned 500 total points
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Hi, light-blue.

Doing this is going to require an Outlook macro.  I can supply the code and isntructions if using a macro is an option.
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Sorry for the delay. We ended up not needing this, however I'm glad to know what this requires...
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