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How to Quickly Exclude Original “CC” Recipients when Using “Reply All” in Outlook

When using "Reply All", the responding email will also include the "CC" recipients of the original email in "CC" field. But, if you wish to exclude this type of recipient, you can use the method introduced this article. At times, you wish to reply an email to the original sender and "To" recipients. In this scenario, you'll definitely think of using "Reply All" option. However, by this means, if the original mail also has "CC" recipients, the "Reply All" email will auto copy the "CC"...

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How to Auto Classify Incoming Outlook Emails based on Which Type of Recipient You Are

Some users hope to classify and archive incoming Outlook emails based on which type of recipient they are - "To", "CC" or "BCC" recipient. Now, this article will make this come true with Outlook VBA. Perhaps you're accustomed to creating various folders and subfolders to separate emails. For instance, you create three subfolders under Inbox. They are "To", "CC" and "BCC" respectively. Then, you hope, when an incoming email arrives in Inbox, Outlook can auto figure out which type of recipient...

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3 Crosstab Query Techniques in MS Access

This article addresses some simple crosstab query techniques which can help while working in MS Access. In a nutshell, the Crosstab query can be defined as a matrix, in which column headings are derived from the field values. It is the transformation of data rows into columns. It involves data aggregation like total sum broken down between months or products etc., in which these months are represented through columns. Today we are going to talk about some of Crosstab Query techniques which...

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