MS Outlook 2002: How to send out an original attachement ?


G

Guest

Dear Sir,

I had drafted an e-mail and sent it to my work superior for verification and
making amendment.

She then returned back the attachment to me for sending out to various
recipients.

When I opened up the attached e-mail, I found that the Send Button could not
function as it was in the draft folder.

I had to copy all its content including the recipients to a new e-mail body
for sending out.

May I know if there is a way for me to update my draft e-mail in the draft
folder before sending it out direct from there?

I tried to use Save As to update my earlier draft, but could not find the
Outlook Draft Folder after clicking

Appreciate if you could help.

Thanks


Low
 
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B

Brian Tillman

Mr. Low said:
I had drafted an e-mail and sent it to my work superior for
verification and making amendment.

She then returned back the attachment to me for sending out to various
recipients.

When I opened up the attached e-mail, I found that the Send Button
could not function as it was in the draft folder.

Right-click an item in the Drafts folder and choose Forward to create a new
message containing the contents of the draft.
May I know if there is a way for me to update my draft e-mail in the
draft folder before sending it out direct from there?

Just double-click a draft item, make your changes, then click the "X" to
close it. Outlook will ask if you want to save the changes.
 
G

Guest

Hello Brian,

The changes was done by someone else as was sent back to me as an e-mail
attachement. How to replace the original draft with this new file ?


Thanks

Low
 
B

Brian Tillman

Mr. Low said:
The changes was done by someone else as was sent back to me as an
e-mail attachement. How to replace the original draft with this new
file ?

Save the attachment in the Drafts folder. Drag it from the message to the
folder.
 
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G

Guest

Hello Brian,

I tried but it does not work.

The mail could not appear as a draft in the folder after dragging to it.

May I know why ?

Thanks

Low
 

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