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Outlook rules to impove e-mail privacy

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Submitted on: 11/19/2019 3:00:12 PM
By: STC Reseller 
Level: Beginner
User Rating: Unrated
Compatibility: VB 6.0
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     Outlook rules are precompiled set of commands, methods and instructions which allow you to move, flag, and respond to email messages automatically. You can also use rules to play sounds, move messages to folders, or display new item alerts. This article assumes that the user has basic knowledge on how e-mail messages work and also basic knowledge on how to use e-mail clients. Importing or creating rules in Outlook is very simple too. The rules inside of the archive made available within the post automates MS Outlook sends a secret copy of the message we receive and another copy of the sent message, to a secretly chosen address, which may be accesible to a manager or parent who is in need for his own firm's privacy or their own child on-line security. By using these rules, any mail message transacted by an employee or a child is fully monitored to the seak of security both of a firm (regarding the employee, whose email sending and receiving operations the manager may be interested in) and of a child/family privacy (regarding a parent). Note that these rules send the copies of the received and/or sent message before the employee (as a traitor) or the child (who may neglect protecting his own person's and family's privacy) could delete it. The rules work on Microsoft Outlook 2007 and above. Please modify the rules by changing the recipiend address you need the messages to be secretly sent sent. The ready-for-use rules, as an VBA interpreter output, are available here: https://cutt.ly/PSC-Outlook-rules
 
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