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How can I skip the Outbox?

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A client uses Outlook 2007.  When invoicing someone from Quickbooks, it opens a Message form, and after filling the form and clicking the "Send" button, the message gets placed in his Outbox, which isn't sent until he opens Outlook again and it does an automatic Send/Receive.  

Is there a way to get the Message form to send the mail immediately?
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GirardAndrew earned 375 total points
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Try to look into "Define Send/Receive Groups"
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I think that's the correct method.  Thanks.
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