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exclude an attachment from a CC recipient while including it in the To recipient.

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hi all

is it possible in outlook 2010 ? or any other email clients ?
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David Lee earned 500 total points
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Hi, aucklandnz.

This is not possible.  
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thanks.

i thought so, just wanted to double check.

thanks for your reply
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You're welcome.
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