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Automatic forwarding of OE (express) emails

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  1. Frankie107

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    I have setup a rule on my Outlook Express 6 client to automatically forward messages but they do not contain the original sender's email address or any of the Header.

    I would like to forward the original sender and CC information as well. In other words I'd like the automatically-forwarded emails to have exactly the same information as they would have as if I'd forwarded them manually.

    Anybody know how to do this?
     
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    Is the rule set up like this?
     

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    Bicycle Bill - it is set up pretty much like that except that the only Condition box ticked is "Where the To line contains people" and in the Actions both the "Copy it to the specified folder" and the "Forward it to people" boxes are selected, with appropriate choices for these being made in the Rule Description.
     
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