|ReplyAll alerts you before unintentionally replying all, or if you are a confidential BCC recipient of the e-mail.|
Sometimes you send e-mails which don't need to be stored. Via the Options dialog you can determine with four mouse clicks not to store an email - three clicks too much.
From Outlook 2003 on this small VBA sample helps you to save time. Copy the code into 'ThisOutlookSession' and on the email's toolbar create a new button that calls the script. If you want to send an email and store it, then call the standard 'Send' button - but if you don't need to store it, then click the new button, maybe called 'Send And Delete'.
(In principle it works as well for Outlook prior to version 2003. You can avoid the then upcoming security prompt with the Redemption.)
Public Sub SendAndDelete() Dim obj As Object Dim Mail As Outlook.MailItem If MsgBox("Delete email?", vbYesNo Or vbQuestion) = vbNo Then Exit Sub End If Set obj = Application.ActiveInspector.CurrentItem If TypeOf obj Is Outlook.MailItem Then Set Mail = obj Mail.DeleteAfterSubmit = True Mail.Send End If End Sub
|OLKeeper reliably prevents users from closing their Outlook window and thus possibly missing reminders or e-mails.|