Update: Get Free Tips - Forwarding Messages Almost Unchanged

After forwarding a message multiple times, it is difficult for the last recipient to recognize the original sender of the forwarded mail.

When forwarding a mail, Outlook marks the mail as ‘WG:’ or ‘FW:’ in the subject line. Besides, it replaces the sender of the message with the last person in the forwarding chain.

You can avoid that using a trick: Open the mail and run ‘Actions | Resend this message’. Outlook points out that you are not the original sender. Confirm it with ‘Yes’. Now send the mail by specifying the original sender. Thus, the recipient can allocate the message better in the MS Outlook inbox.

In addition, this method also keeps the subject line quite short, and reduces the...

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