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ewanfraser

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I have a user who has requested that emails sent by herself that include a hyperlink, reply to her via the hyperlink, including the message body, INSTEAD of the user simply clicking the reply button!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?

Is there code to do this? The only mailto code i have found is to add a predefdined message and not to include the previous message bodies.

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.......what's the difference between someone clicking the hyperlink and someone pressing reply? is she wanting the replies to go to a different address?
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im not sure, my manager asked me to find out, and thats how he described it to me before he left the office.

lets just say yes she does want the reply to go to a different address.
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if you want the reply to go to a different address have her just change the reply too address in outlook...not do some stupid convoluted junk....anyone who get's email from her is going to click reply no matter what she wants them to click
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