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    Hi, our school is on the lgflmail system, with a combination of outlook clients and the lgfl webclient. we have a helpdesk software that logs calls when we send an email to helpdesk@ourschool.org. I want to create a rule that will send an email to that address weekday. The email will be exactly the same same.

    i.e.
    Header: Daily Network Checklist

    Body: Copy/Paste into reply and Delete appropriate Answer
    1. Backup Successful YES/NO
    2. Anti Virus Console checked YES/NO
    i) Virus Warnings YES/NO
    ii) Adware Warning YES/NO

    etc....

    Is it possible to do this?

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    How to Send Recurring Email in Outlook | eHow.com... Found this Url that does what I need, for anyone thinking of the same. Thanks.

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