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How to - Re call Email In Microsoft Outlook

How to - Re call Email In Microsoft Outlook

How to - Re call Email In Microsoft Outlook

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I wanted to know whether there was a way that you can recall an email you have sent using Microsoft Outlook.

RE: How to - Re call Email In Microsoft Outlook

Hello,

Yes you can. .

That said there are a few things to be aware of:
1. You cannot recall a message if the other person has already opened it.
2. Sometimes even if you are successful there may be a new message in the other persons Inbox saying "CST wishes to recall this message" So you better have a good excuse ready.
3. This feature only works on Email messages on your LAN, NOT on ISP mail.

To recall a message:
1. Go to the "Sent" folder
2. Open the Email you want to recall
3. Click on "Actions" then click on "Recall this Message"

Good Luck,
Michael

RE: How to - Re call Email In Microsoft Outlook

To expand on #1 in Storyteller's list:  If a person has their Inbox set to auto-preview and their Outlook is running the messages has been "opened" automatically.  Outlook has to do this to get the first 3 lines.  The recall message will be there as a secon message and if the recipient opens it first the recalled mesage will be deleted, however, if they open the message first they will be able to read it.

Jeff
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