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keithd1229

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I have several users who have to print copies of their sent emails to have placed in the job folders. Currently if they print before they send the message it only prints the body of the email and leaves off the header information (To:, From:, Date:, Subject:, etc . . .)

Since not every email has to be printed, is there a way to send and then automatically print specific emails?

The only way I know to do this now is to send the mail and then go to the sent folder and print the email. I appreciate any help you may be able to give on this one.
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winkelman

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My network printers can be setup with SMTP so they can be mailed to and they'll print the message (without them having to POP3 an email account). If you have such a printer, you could just set it up and BCC it on those messages...

Or, easier to setup network-wise but perhaps somewhat less elegant: create an email-account for the printer and have the printer POP3 that account and BCC it in your messages.

Not sure if this helps, but hey, it's an idea Smile
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