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Add-in for Outlook 2003 to print first page of email whether plain text or HTML

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Hi
I have been searching around for a stable Outlook  2003 add-in that places a button on the toolbar, so users in my organisation can easily print just the first page of an email, whether plain text or HTML.

This is to reduce unnecessary paper and toner waste.

Does anyone have any tried and tested recommendations?


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Question by:uklogistics
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Hi uklogistics,

Have a look at Blueprint:
http://www.savvisoft.com/PressRelease.aspx

Also have a look at a simialr question to yours
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Software/Office_Productivity/Groupware/Outlook/Q_20334883.html

Good Luck!

Gary
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