Autorespond in outlook steps needed

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  1. doroftei

    doroftei Junior Member

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    Hi,
    So im planning on posting on cl for a bit while 'advertising' my adult affiliate link. I have static id...which is why i will use couple of different/public computers to do the posting.
    Since gmail doesn't allow you to autorespond to email from craigslist, i heard that outlook/thunderbird is a good alternative.

    I've read a few articles/guides on how to set up to forward gmail emails to outlook, then autorespond but it never worked. Obviously i didnt follow the instructions correctly since others have no problems with it.

    So if anyone has the time and patience to tell me how to do this:
    - let's say i will use 3 gmail accounts
    - i will post from 3 public computers
    - i want to autorespond to them!

    I know there are better ways...i did search a bit and saw the ez autoresponder and others...but i heard outlook is free so yeah.

    Thanks.
     
  2. theprofitpro

    theprofitpro Junior Member

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    autobot is free but they have adds.
    Also, you have responder in gmail and you have 3 accounts so you can do up to 1500 per day.<<----- I think thats what I read once. (500 per account perday)

    Are you only using public computers or do you use your own as well?
     
  3. mrxtc89117

    mrxtc89117 Junior Member

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    In outlook you have to setup rules. It's under Tools.

    First create a template. Go to File -> New Message
    Leave subject and to blank
    Create your message
    Save it as Outlook template

    In your rules, use the template.

    Hope that helps
     
  4. mrxtc89117

    mrxtc89117 Junior Member

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    In outlook you have to setup rules. It's under Tools.

    First create a template. Go to File -> New Message
    Leave subject and to blank
    Create your message
    Save it as Outlook template

    In your rules, use the template.

    Hope that helps
     
  5. doroftei

    doroftei Junior Member

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    yowza thanks i think i know now how to do it. i bought my laptop and i thought it came with the student edition but all i have is: office excel/onenote/powerpoint/word 2007.
    No outlook 2007...Im downloading now the trial version from microsoft but does anyone know where i can get a crack for it?
     
  6. doroftei

    doroftei Junior Member

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    actually you have to download the whole package...anyway to get microsoft outlook 2007 not trial by itself?