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How can I setup an Office 365 mailbox to print every email it receives, automatically?
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Setup a Rule there is a Print It option
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I gotta say, that's going to waste a lot of paper. Isn't that why they invented email? So you don't have to print it out and use up paper? Don't mean to be rude, just sayin'.

I haven't seen Office 365, but I know the previous versions of Outlook had the Rules feature, where you could specify criteria and actions. In this case, create a rule that applies the rule after the message arrives "on this computer only": Print it.
The rules wizard is very helpful in this regard.
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Any other suggestions?
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Did the Rules Wizard not work?
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by:nawright16
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no, there were only options to input, not make a custom rule...
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