Outlook Rule - check for attachment before sending

  Sir Radfordin 19:27 17 Mar 04

I'm sure I'm not the only one guilty of forgetting to attach the attachments to emails...so I want a solution!

When I used Pegasus Mail if I wrote and email and included in the body text words like attached or attachment before it sent the message it would check I didn't want to add an attachment if there wasn't one already there.

Would there be a way to see up a rule in Outlook to do that same thing?

Basically when you click send scan the text to see if 'attach' or 'attachment' or 'attached' or 'excel file or 'word file' (or any other words I may wish to refer to an attachment by!) are in the body text. If they are to check that something is attached. If no attachment then to query and not send the email without verifiying.

Any ideas?

  Sir Radfordin 14:17 19 Mar 04

Any ideas?

  Sir Radfordin 01:08 20 Mar 04

any one :(

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