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    Post reply (2007)

    Open an email you've received, click "Other actions" in the "Actions" section of the ribbon. There's an item called "Post reply to folder". I've tried this, and see what it does, but am struggling to understand what this is conceptually.

    1. Is it an email to yourself? Is it a "note"?
    2. You can do it from within a message. Can you and how do you do it from the Inbox/SentItems without opening the message?

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    Re: Post reply (2007)

    I think this is mostly meant for users on Exchange server, and for reacting to posts (notes) in public folders. As far as I know, this option is only available from within a message.

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    Re: Post reply (2007)

    Hi Jonny

    In my place of work we used to have Public Folders on the Exchange server. This option allows you to post to public folder if you had permissions
    Jerry

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    Re: Post reply (2007)

    Thanks. Actually, I'll find it quite handy in a home-office situation. I quite often "edit message" to record my non-email response (eg, phone). "Post reply" provides a neater method of doing that.

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