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Forwarding in OE

by jdorisco / August 21, 2005 10:09 AM PDT

Is there a way to set the OE default, so that an email will be forwarded exactly as it arrived? I keep forgetting to make changes to my emails before I forward them, and when they arrive, the images appear as little red X's. I would think that the OE designers would have made the forwarded content the same as the received content - by default. This is not the case. Maybe someone knows how I can fix this?

Windows XP Home/SP2, OE6.

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That's called a REDIRECT.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / August 21, 2005 10:43 AM PDT
In reply to: Forwarding in OE

And is not a feature of OE. In Outlook there is an add-in that does that at slipstick.com

Bob

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Redirect
by taboma. / August 25, 2005 4:36 PM PDT

Bob, If I wanted to add this slipstick.com feature to my outlook at work, would that be possible or the IT guys would prevent me from doing so?
The only option is to send out my attachments as a UU file. Other than that my files will go out as a MIM file. Good luck trying to open those files for the most part.
I really do not like outlook express. Has to be something better.

-Kevin

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How about
by PudgyOne / August 25, 2005 6:44 PM PDT
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Kevin

How about downloading Mozilla Thunderbird.

At my work I am limited inwhat I can and cannot download and install. If I can do it I do and if I can't install it I delete it.

I have to use Outlook because they set it up, however I was allowed to download and install Mozilla Firefox without being the administrator.

Hope this help.

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How About
by taboma. / August 26, 2005 7:57 AM PDT
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Rick. Can't use the new Firefox and Thunderbird with OS9 at work .
I have it at home and love it.

-Kevin

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What do you have when..
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / August 25, 2005 9:51 PM PDT
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You have IT staffers up to their necks in sand?

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IT Staffers
by taboma. / August 26, 2005 8:15 AM PDT

Bob, They have their heads up their A__!
We have had nothing but problems with software and the servers being at 96% capacity. The system is really slow.
We get warning messages all the time?Disk if Full. Out of Disk Space.
Our IT staffers are looking at the problem. Yet, nothing ever gets done or fixed for the last two years.
Kind of like talking to the wall sending them messages about our problems.

-Kevin

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