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How do I eliminate unnecessary redundancies within a given email?

Joe Smoe forwards an email to friend, and that friend does the same to another friend, etc., etc., etc.. By the time you get it the file has a bunch of the forwarded copies within it. The file is huge for a simple 6 line joke. I want to reduce it back to one copy and I do not know how to.

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To reduce the multiple forewards to just the bare message, highlight the part of the message you want to select, press "[Ctrl] C" (hold down the Control key and press the "C" key and release both, this is the Microsoft command for COPY). Create a new message, click in the area where you will type the message and press '[Ctrl] V' (for paste) and your message will appear there. You can modify or edit to your hearts content before you send it.

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My e-mails are not forwarded properly. how can we fix it?


Sometime it depend on what kind of account are using? For Exchange accounts sometimes it may just be that, sometimes it may just be that the status had no change to upload the changes to the server.Open up your forwarded email.Find the button that says "Forward" and click on it. You can easily tell how many times it's been forwarded by the number of Fwd's in the subject line.
Scroll down the list of email headers to get to the content of the email.Edit the email to remove any forwarded email addresses and unnecessary text from the message
After reading it, decide if it's worth passing on.
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Insert your email address in the To: field. "make sure you read correctly, your own email address."
Insert anyone else you want to send the email to in the Cc:, Bcc: highlight the field and delete headers.Press Ctrl+A to select all "highlight all"
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Click(press) send.


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