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    Looking for Route type Message (MS Outlook 2003)

    Looking for a Route type Form that I can edit for my use. I need a form that I can use to forward from 2 thru 6 different Managers/Users. Anybody got anything that is simple they care to share?

    I need to make sure it will work in different environments 2000k - 2003 and the data in the form can be save to a Access 2003 database.

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    Re: Looking for Route type Message (MS Outlook 2003)

    Dan , there's a Routing Form on OutlookCode.com, see also <!mskb=252976>Microsoft Knowledge Base Article 252976<!/mskb> and <!mskb=146636>Microsoft Knowledge Base Article 146636<!/mskb>, serach for 'routing' on the page. (That is odd, KB146636 has a reference to KB252976, but if you click it you get kicked back to '146636', but the content is different.) You should also check Slipstick, though the only reference I found in a quick search leads to the OutlookCode.com link.
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    Re: Looking for Route type Message (MS Outlook 2003)

    I have a form already made. At the bottom i have a forward button that I was using. Now I want to know if I can Route the message instead of forwarding and running into all the Security problems that MAPI has. Is it simple to edit this form and replace the forward with a routing to several peple?

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