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How to send an auto message from outlook 2010


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OK my question is not as easy as the title suggests. I am familiar with using the rules in Outlook 2010.
But here is what we ( at work ) want to do:
We've got an email address for invoices - let's say it's invoices@abcd.com. What we want to do is sent an auto message if we receive a mail in this mailbox with more that 1 attachment. Something like "kindly do not send an email with more than 1 attachment". Any help would be welcome.
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How about one of the admins? Can you please have a look at my question?
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Thanks Dolly. I've been through those steps but I couldn't find the option "more than 1 attachment". Also if I choose the email invoices@abcd.com instead of my own in-box (with attachment as option since more than 1 attachment is not available) it doesn't send a reply.

Edited by Streetwise, 31 January 2014 - 07:10 AM.

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Hi,

Most likely you have to use VBA scripting to build something like that.

On this link http://www.pixelchef...achment-outlook and http://gallery.techn...e7-0066d62a906c there is some code that can help you starting if you are into programing...
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OK thanks for the links Dude.
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