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Old 04-11-2002, 03:27 PM   #1
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hey guys, i didnt know where to put this.
i have a homtail account, but every e-mail i send i want it to go throught my other e-mail. eg when i send an e-mail i want to send a copy of it to my other account, does anyone know how i can do this. thanks
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Only thing I know of is to put your email address in the Cc: area. I'm not sure how you'd have this done automatically.
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I think Microsoft Outlook on Office has a feature that does something like that. I don't know too much about working with MSN. I have a network that I'm a part of so that's how my E-mail is handled. Outlook has an Out of Office Reply function. It also has a Rules Wizard for how mail is handled. I think that that is how you would go about figuring out. Also, you could do it the hard way and cc like mike said. You'ld probably just want to add it to your address book if you were to do it that way. If you use Outlook, then there is probably a way. If you are just using MSN, then you probably won't be able to. Not to sure though.
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Easiest way like mike said is use the CC field.

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