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Hide E-Mails from Outlook 2003 Delegates

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Is it possible to send someone - a person who has a delegate that has access to their inbox - an e-mail that only they can read in Outlook 2003? I have tried private/confidential mail and even downgrading the delegate's access, but they can always read what I send. Is there a workaround for this?
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By default, if you change a message to a 'Private' message when sending it, it can only be read by the Account Owner and not by any of their delegates. The only exception is if the 'Delegate can see my private items' checkbox is checked on the Delegates properties (Tools > Options > Delegates).

See http://kb.iu.edu/data/ajct.html

-Matt
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