General discussion

Locked

Forwarding Mail Dilemma 2

By plt ·
Is there any other way to forward all sent mail with it showing up in your sent box. I am under the suspicion that someone is using my computer after hours to send email with my email address on it and if I could forward all sent mail it would be helpful in procuring a login system with my company. I have tried creating message rules but none seem to automatically apply the rules to the sent box. I have asked a similiar question before and found no acceptable answers. I need a definite solutionto my problem soon. ANY IDEAS?????

This conversation is currently closed to new comments.

10 total posts (Page 1 of 1)  
| Thread display: Collapse - | Expand +

All Comments

Collapse -

Forwarding Mail Dilemma 2

by fred07 In reply to Forwarding Mail Dilemma 2

Hi, if you suspect as you say, first thing in the morning go into outlook and run "find" "browse" yesterdays date and see what you have sent. Do this a few days in a row and you will know.
Hope this helps.

Collapse -

Forwarding Mail Dilemma 2

by plt In reply to Forwarding Mail Dilemma 2

Poster rated this answer

Collapse -

Forwarding Mail Dilemma 2

by drinkin and thinkin In reply to Forwarding Mail Dilemma 2

Another way to go about this is to set up a rule to automatically CC yourself with all mail sent from your account. When you start receiving email you didn't send, your suspicions will be confirmed.

Unfortunately, someone doesn't even have to use your machine to send email with your address on it. Anyone in the world can send email with your address on it.

Collapse -

Forwarding Mail Dilemma 2

by drinkin and thinkin In reply to Forwarding Mail Dilemma 2

In the Rules Wizard, select "Check Messages After Sending", click next, and next again and you should get an alert window asking if you want this rule to apply to all outgoing mail. Click "OK". In the next window, select "Cc the message to people ordistribution list", then click the underlined "people or distribution list" and your address book will pop up. Select the address you want, click "To" and "OK". Then just click through to the end of the wizard and you should be set up.

Collapse -

Forwarding Mail Dilemma 2

by drinkin and thinkin In reply to Forwarding Mail Dilemma 2

Of course I'm assuming you're using Outlook ^

Collapse -

Forwarding Mail Dilemma 2

by plt In reply to Forwarding Mail Dilemma 2

Poster rated this answer

Collapse -

Forwarding Mail Dilemma 2

by plt In reply to Forwarding Mail Dilemma 2

If I can create a rule to CC myself, how do I do it?? I have tried creating rules but I cannot seem to make them apply to the sent folder. All the rules seem to only apply to incoming mail.

Collapse -

Forwarding Mail Dilemma 2

by nitse In reply to Forwarding Mail Dilemma 2

A rule would be a good idea. However if you are using exchange at your site you should make sure its a server based rule.

Collapse -

Forwarding Mail Dilemma 2

by plt In reply to Forwarding Mail Dilemma 2

Poster rated this answer

Collapse -

Forwarding Mail Dilemma 2

by plt In reply to Forwarding Mail Dilemma 2

This question was closed by the author

Back to Software Forum
10 total posts (Page 1 of 1)  

Related Discussions

Related Forums