Just a thought -- I would look at the e-mail and see who it says it is
coming from. Alot of times when you use macros they originate from a
different e-mail which can classify as spam
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This is strange. I have a macro which uses @DTW_SENDMAIL to send an email
from an employee to their supervisor (say for a Time Off request approval).
Now, when this employee send a normal Outlook client/Exchange Server email
to that supervisor - it arrive normally in their inbox.
But, when this email is generated via the macro and the @DTW_SENDMAIL, it
ends up in the supervisors JUNK email folder?
Don F. Cavaiani
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