How to remove notices at the end of emails


Using Outlook 2003.

If I receive an email that, at the bottom, has a disclaimer or an AVG
message, and I select forward, what I then see is the email without the
bottom message. But when I forward, that bottom message disappears, but my
recipient still receives it. How do I delete these bottom messages?


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Using Outlook 2003.

If I receive an email that, at the bottom, has a disclaimer or an AVG
message, and I select forward, what I then see is the email without the
bottom message. But when I forward, that bottom message disappears, but my
recipient still receives it. How do I delete these bottom messages?




I administer an Exchange 2000 server and I was asked to apply a confidential notice to all outgoing email. It essentially states that this "message was intended for ..." Is there a way of globally applying this at the end of all outgoing messages without having each person creating a signature?

Thanks




How do I create a company tagline that will be at the end of emails sent from our exchange server?

If you could point me in the right direction.

For example:

Check out our newest addition to the programs at www.xyz.com




Ok that might make some sense. But the older versions of Outlook didn't have
that. And I would just assume that what I saw on the screen was all there
was. I'd also probably open the item to see what was there if I really cared.

But back to the orginal question, how do you get rid of it? It's really
annoying.

"Sue Mosher [MVP-Outlook]" wrote:

> It's not an HTML tag, just a little text to let you know that what you're
> seeing in AutoPreview is all the text that exists in the item.
>
> --
> Sue Mosher, Outlook MVP
> Author of
> Microsoft Outlook Programming - Jumpstart for
> Administrators, Power Users, and Developers
> http://www.outlookcode.com/jumpstart.aspx
>
>
> "Darin" wrote in message
> news:EC766EB8-91E2-4B34-B159-51F8F1EA0D0C@microsoft.com...
> > After writing a note in a contact's note field, once I go back to the
> > Outlook
> > Contact's area, an html tag appears at the end of the note in the
> > preview field area. Does anyone know why it is doing this, or how it can
> > be
> > removed?
>
>
>




I have funny symbols at the end of each line on outlook, how do I get them off?




Hi there
I would like to configure my exchange server 2003 so that when any user sending out emails will automatically gets the paragraph at the end of each email like 'This email may contain confidential info priviliaged by the intended recepient only....'. How and where can I do that.




I using Microsoft Outllook 2002 SP3 on Microsoft Windows XP Pro SP2. I have
this
problem that the lastest reply appear at the end of the email message, the
other party who reply to me is using Lotus Note for his email. Most of my
email
is OK except those this partcular sender who is using Lotus Notes. Is there
any
compatibility issue using MS Exchange/MS Outlook Vs Lotus Niotes.

Cheers!
Raymond Chang




We have a user using XP Pro and Outlook 2000 and they are having an issue
where the user has a contact open and clicks in any field that has
information in it such as a phone number and when they click out of that
field to another field, a semicolon appears at the end of the Phone Number in
the previous field.

Problem cannot be reproduced on any other PC that the user logs in to.
Created a new profile for the user but issue still appears.
Reinstalled Outlook Suite and still the issue reappears.
Thinking of recreating the users login.

Just wondering if anyone has seen this before and if so were you able to fix
it.
--
Ches
Desktop Support Technician
Information Technology Services
City of St. Albert




Hi;

This happens only if I try to add a field outside a table at the end of a
row (not in the cell, but outside the table after row 0 of a 2x3 table.

The code is:
object fieldType = WdFieldType.wdFieldAutoTextList;
object fieldText = """ + "" + """ + " t "" +
"".Replace(""", """) + """;
object preserveFormatting = false;
// note rng.Start = rng.End = 3 - get it from Selection
Field fld = app.ThisDocument.Fields.Add(rng, ref fieldType, ref fieldText,
ref preserveFormatting);

The error is:
System.Runtime.InteropServices.COMException occurred
HelpLink="C:Program FilesMicrosoft
OfficeOffice121033WDMAIN11.CHM#37373"
Message="This command is not available."
Source="Microsoft Word"
ErrorCode=-2146823683
StackTrace:
at Microsoft.Office.Interop.Word.Fields.Add(Range Range, Object&
Type, Object& Text, Object& PreserveFormatting)
at net.windward.autotag.word.WordDocument.WriteTag(TagLocation tag)
in
C:srckahunaAutoTagAutoTag2007netwindwardautotagword WordDocument.cs:line 692

Any idea?

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Very pleased to have found this forum! Thanks to everyone as I know one of you will solve my issue. In trying to rectify a problem, my ISP advised me today to delete my default email profile and create a new one. I did this (with their guidance) but with some hesitation. I now have two email profiles of the same name - the original one that is idle but remains visible with all its folders. Very annoying. And the new one that has a (1) at the end of the email address. I have moved all the folders across to the new email profile and it is functional. But...how do I remove the (1) at the end of this email profile? And can I delete the original (and now inactive) email profile permanently, so I don't have to keep looking at it!
Thanks! Kerry




I have an automatic signature in Outlook 2007 that inserts itself at the end
of email that I send.

I would like the signature to insert itself at the TOP of the email that I
send, instead of at the bottom. How can I accomplish this?

I will appreciate advice.




Need a little help.
I'm using Outlook 2003, trying to make a macro that inputs a set statment in
the body of a message. I got it to do it but the problem is my statement
needs to be in front of the attachment that is already in the message but it
keep going behind it. Also for some reason it is removing the first letter
from my statment. I copy and pasted the main parts of it below, ...

Option Explicit
Public icn As String
Public myOlApp As New Outlook.Application
Public myEmail As Object
Public myAttachment As Object

Sub FormateEmail()

Set myEmail = myOlApp.ActiveInspector.CurrentItem
Set myAttachment = myEmail.Attachments

myEmail.To = "
myEmail.Subject = "Subject Line"

myEmail.Body = "output statement 1=" + icn + " Output statement2"

End Sub




hi..

this is the case.. if you are making a meeting invitation.. you have to
add some kind of meeting resources (exp: beamer, room).. well it can be
done easily..and by default if you assign resource you can see at what
time the resouces is not available and on what purpose (exp: the room
is used for this meeting). so my question is.. how to remove this
information.. because I don't want other employee know the information
about a critical meeting.

thanks for your help

regards

--
neoxavier





Is there  a simple, elegant solution to accomplish this in Outlook 2007?

I want a reminder to do my timesheet at the end of every day.  I've tried a recurring task, but it shows up in my "To Do Bar" all day.  That's not ideal.  I can set it to pop up a reminder 15 minutes before I leave, but the task still shows up all day.

I've tried making an "Appointment" and moving it ahead one day each time I finish my timesheet.

I don't think there's a simple solution (other than putting a sticky note on my car keys).

Any ideas?  Thanks.




Need a little help.
I'm using Outlook 2003, trying to make a macro that inputs a set statment in
the body of a message. I got it to do it but the problem is my statement
needs to be in front of the attachment that is already in the message but it
keep going behind it. Also for some reason it is removing the first letter
from my statment. I copy and pasted the main parts of it below, ...

Option Explicit
Public icn As String
Public myOlApp As New Outlook.Application
Public myEmail As Object
Public myAttachment As Object

Sub FormateEmail()

Set myEmail = myOlApp.ActiveInspector.CurrentItem
Set myAttachment = myEmail.Attachments

myEmail.To = "email@someplace.com"
myEmail.Subject = "Subject Line"

myEmail.Body = "output statement 1=" + icn + " Output statement2"

End Sub




Hi,

We have several domains in our orgnization. Now one domain's MX record is point to outside address and not belong to our orgnization any more. But when we send mail to this domain, it will still look for in the orgnization and at last it will returned with email address not exist in the orgnization. So how to remove this domain from our orgnization? Please help. Thanks.

We use Exchange server 2003 SP2.




In our office we are always sending out emails with large
attachments. Once we send the email, we remove the attachment from
our "sent copy" and move the attachment-less email to the public
folders for everyone to see. We would like for the filenames of the
attachments to be automatically written at the bottom of the email
body so that we can remove the attachment ans still know what was
attached.

I've seen the format at the end of emails that we
receive, and since the format is consistent this must be an automated
process. I would like to know how to activate this for all our
emails.

We use Outlook 2003 and Windows XP Professional.




Instead of my signature being at the beginning of a forwarded message, is
there anyway for it to automatically added to the end of the message?

Thanks,