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Is there a way to have outlook automaticly group all the replies to a message into one email? Or something similar?

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i don't follow you....could you be a little more specific?
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Yes, of course. If somone sens and email within Outlook, then another person replies that is another email. Then if someone replies to that it becomes another email. I wonder if there is a way to delete or group or combine all the replies. I know the outlook has the "Rules Wizard" but I cannot find a way to get it to work.
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but aren't all the replies already within the conversation tree in the message?
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Yes, but our office needs to keep only the last message in the tree (because it contains all the previous replies). We have somone who spends hours each day sorting out and deleting the old messages. In the end we have to print them all and would like to only have to print the last email.
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