2007 Outlook

Posted on 2012-08-20
Last Modified: 2014-11-07
The option that automatically used to pop up to resend an email that initially did not go out due to a typo or incorrect recipient email address is no longer working/available.

A following message pops up instead:

Cannot resend this message. The nondelivery report does not contain sufficient information about the original message. To resend the message, open it in your Sent Items folder, and then on the  message tab, in the Actions group, click Other Actions, then click Resend This Message.

Is there a simple local fix or is the problem more complicated?

Thank you in advance for you feedback/help.

Question by:nsourceit
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    Accepted Solution

    If Outlook thinks the email address is incorrect and the message is sitting in your outbox, then you'll have to edit it and resend manually.

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