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Default Outlook 2000 - Macro trouble

Hi everyone,

I know absolutely nothing about VBscript(my srengths lie elsewhere...). So I recently copied a macro script which would enable automatic printing of every email I send from Outlook 2k. The macro works 100% fine but there is one slight problem. It first prints the message, THEN sends it. This results in the printed report not showing me vital information, such as to whom it was sent, date, time etc. How can I modify the code to FIRST send the message, and only print it once it lands in the Sent Items folder? Printing an email from this folder shows the info I need on the printout. Any ideas?

Thanx
Brunette



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