Subtraction of Resecnation


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Herb Tyson [MVP]

Obviously, the OP has submitted hir resecnation, and now wants to subtract
it. (translation: retract a resignation).

This is not a function of Word. It's a function of your email program
(assuming you submitted the resignation using an email). If you're using
Outlook 2007, open the email and in the Message ribbon tab, click Other
Actions - Recall This Message. Whether or not it works depends on your email
server. I believe this can work if you're using Microsoft Exchange and the
email has not yet been opened. I've never seen it work for regular email,
though.
 
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Beth Melton

Nope, recalling a message doesn't work if both the sender and recipient
aren't using the same Exchange server. In this scenario, if you recall a
message the recipient will receive an email stating the sender would like to
recall the message but the message will not self-destruct in the Inbox as it
would on Exchange server, provided the message hasn't been opened.

Please post all follow-up questions to the newsgroup. Requests for
assistance by email cannot be acknowledged.

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Beth Melton
Microsoft Office MVP

Coauthor of Word 2007 Inside Out:
http://www.microsoft.com/MSPress/books/9801.aspx#AboutTheBook

Word FAQ: http://mvps.org/word
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