single message, multiple reply recipients


K

kops

Hi gurus,

I've been happily using a program called Email Templates which plugs into
outlook 2003 and allows me to select a number of emails and in a single
click, generate a single reply email for each, with a single pregenerated
response, depending on the business circumstance.

http://www.emailtemplates.com/

Unfortunately, this program isn't compatible with Outlook 2007 and has
prompted wails of anguish from around my office as the admin team are now
forced to reply one by one to all applicants.

Has this functionality been built into Outlook 2007 and if not, has anyone
found a suitable replacement for Email Templates?

Thanks for any help,

Jon
 
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F. H. Muffman

kops said:
I've been happily using a program called Email Templates which plugs into
outlook 2003 and allows me to select a number of emails and in a single
click, generate a single reply email for each, with a single pregenerated
response, depending on the business circumstance.

http://www.emailtemplates.com/

Unfortunately, this program isn't compatible with Outlook 2007 and has
prompted wails of anguish from around my office as the admin team are now
forced to reply one by one to all applicants.

Has this functionality been built into Outlook 2007 and if not, has anyone
found a suitable replacement for Email Templates?

If all the mail is in a single folder, simply create a rule that replies to
sender with a particular message and run that rule in the folder. If it
isn't in a single folder... well... move it to one (or make sure that the
rule is precise enough to only fire against the messages you want to reply
to). Also, before pulling the trigger on the rule, test to make sure it
works properly against a set of addresses you are able to check. Sure, it
should go without saying, but... I said it anyways.
 

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