Sunday, 03 June 2007
You can give messages you send in Outlook an expiration date. Once the expiration date has been reached the message header is still visible in Outlook, it will however have a strikethrough. The email can still be opened and accessed but will give give the recipient the indication message is no longer relevant.
- Create a new email message
- In the Ribbon, goto Options on the Message tab.
- In the bottom right corner click the arrow pointing downward
- In the message options window under Delivery Options tick the expires after checkbox. Select the desired date and time.
- Now click Close
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