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    Hello friends,

    can you please guide me how can i put my mail-id in CC by default in outlook03 while replying all or reply or forwarding mail to others.

    Thanks and regards,
    sourabh

  • #2
    Re: own mail-id while replying to all in outlook 2003

    Why would you want to -- you have it in "sent items" ?
    Tom Jones
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    • #3
      Re: own mail-id while replying to all in outlook 2003

      hello,

      yes there is but i want to make provision so that if i format my laptop if any issues then after download the mails from my server so that i recollect all mails from my new INBOX

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      • #4
        Re: own mail-id while replying to all in outlook 2003

        Get a GMail account, have it get your mail, then connect to the GMail account via Outlook 2003.

        You'll have everything backed up online and won't have to mess with CC.
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        • #5
          Re: own mail-id while replying to all in outlook 2003

          Originally posted by Wired View Post
          Get a GMail account, have it get your mail, then connect to the GMail account via Outlook 2003.

          You'll have everything backed up online and won't have to mess with CC.

          is there another solution that this? i need my mail-id in CC by default while replying to mail...

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          • #6
            Re: own mail-id while replying to all in outlook 2003

            There appear to be some 3rd party tools -- looks a useful source here
            Tom Jones
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            IT Trainer / Consultant
            Ossian Ltd
            Scotland

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