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    email template (OL 2000)

    hi,
    can anyone help me out on this;

    I want to create a standard email in OL with some included text AND with the subject field filled in.
    ( like the way you can use a stationary in Lotus Notes)
    so it is just a simple email (preferably in outlook rich text of plain text) that I want to create. basically like making a complete email that I can save as a template (like in word) and reuse it.

    what would be a good way to do this?
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    Re: email template (OL 2000)

    create your message and either save as a template (file > save as) or publish as a form.

    if you save as a template, copy it from your file system to an outlook folder and you'll have easy access to it when you need it.

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    Re: email template (OL 2000)

    great!
    Thanks!
    I saved an entire (standard ) email as outlook template
    including adresses and subject
    and it is completely reusable

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    Re: email template (OL 2000)

    This is great. Is there a way this can be done in outlook express?
    Judy

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    Re: email template (OL 2000)

    yes, save it to the windows file system as an eml and load from there. i'm not sure if you can move a copy to an OE folder or not - but it's worth a try.

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