You will probably need to write some code to do this - so you might want to
try posting in an Outlook programming group to see if someone has already
done this or for some pointers on getting started.
Milly Staples [MVP - Outlook]
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the SWEN virus, all mail sent to my personal account will be deleted
After searching google.groups.com and finding no answer, nobby asked:
| I'm setting up resource scheduling and like some others have noticed,
| if a user submits a calendar item to a resource but puts the resource
| in the required or optional field the calendar has to accept or
| decline the meeting. Well, your resource is setup to automatically
| accept resource scheduling and no one is going to read the requests
| submitted as email.
| I was thinking I could setup a rule that automatically resonds to the
| user to tell them that they have selected a resource as a person.
| Please resubmit this request and put the resource in the resource
| PROBLEM: I can't find anything in rules that will look at the type of
| email and I can't find anything else unique about a submitted email.
| Does anyone know how I could configure the rule to auto-reply to the
| I'm using Outlook 2002 and Exchange 5.5.
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