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How to send someone a recurring message

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I'd like to send someone a recurring message that will pop-up on their Outlook (but I don't want it to pop-up on my Outlook too, I only want it to occur on theirs). We are both using Outlook 2007. How do I do it?
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hi john8217,
Look here> http://support.microsoft.com/kb/239087
 
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