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I need to use Outlook 2003 to send several same emails every week. As there are more than 10 of such emails, it is inconvenient to use the "Resend" feature in Outlook(I need to pick up the emails to be resent, double-click each of them, and select "Resend email" item in the email, which is very time-consuming and I will always forget to do so every week).

Can anyone suggest a better way to do this? Or is there an Addin that can support such a feature?

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There are definately plugins that will do this.  This site provides a number of them along with the code for doing this if you feel like giving it a go yourself.

http://www.howto-outlook.com/howto/recurringemail.htm




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Microsoft says:  http://support.microsoft.com/kb/239087

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Publish a Custom Task Form
Start Outlook and open your Tasks folder.
On the Actions menu, click New Task.
On the Tools menu, point to Forms, and then click Design This Form.
On the Form menu, click View Code, and type the following code in the Script Editor:

Sub Item_PropertyChange(ByVal Name)
   Select Case Name
   Case "Status"
           if Item.Status = 2 then '2 = Completed
                   Set NewItem = Application.CreateItem(0)
                   NewItem.To = "myemailaddress@myisp.com"
                   NewItem.Recipients.ResolveAll
                   NewItem.Subject = "This is the message subject text"
                   NewItem.Body = "This is text that will appear in the body of the message."
                   NewItem.Display
           End IF
   End Select
   End Sub


                              
In the Script Editor, on the File menu, click Close.
On the Tools menu, point to Forms, and then click Publish Form.
In the Look in list, click Tasks. In the Display Name and Form Name boxes, type Reminder, and then click Publish.
On the File menu, click Close. Do not save changes.
NOTE: In the code, substitute your own information inside the quotation marks for NewItem.To, NewItem.Subject, and NewItem.Body. These lines set the To, Subject, and body of your reminder message.
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Create a Recurring Task Using the Custom Form
Open your Tasks folder, where you published the custom reminder form.
On the Actions menu, click New Reminder. This will open a new task based on your custom form.
Type a subject for your reminder task. In Due Date, click to select a due date from the calendar. Click to select the Reminder check box.
On the Actions menu, click Recurrence, and set how often you want the reminder message sent.
Click Save and Close.
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Fianlly I use another software but your solutions are great!
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