Reply To All Monitor User`s Manual

Reply To All Monitor User`s Manual
Reply To All Monitor
User’s Manual
Welcome ................................................................................................................................................. 2
Configuring the Add-in ............................................................................................................................ 3
Configuration Page .................................................................................................................................. 3
Troubleshooting ...................................................................................................................................... 4
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Welcome
Thank you for choosing the Reply To All Monitor add-in, created by Sperry Software. This add-in offers
two functions. First, it can help ensure that you haven’t accidentally opted to send your reply to all
recipients, and second, it allows you to remove your own address from “Reply to All” messages. You can
specify which names you want removed from “Reply to All” messages to ensure that the correct
addresses are handled.
To receive a warning dialog each time you send a message as “Reply to All”:
In the Settings area of the Reply to All Monitor add-in, check the box labeled “Confirm all emails are sent
with Reply to All Confirmation message”. You can specify the text that you want to be prompted with by
entering it in the confirmation text field.
To automatically remove your own email address from “Reply to All” messages:
In the Settings area of the Reply to All Monitor add-in, check the box labeled “Automatically remove
yourself when Replying to All”. The add-in will populate the email address to be removed field with your
default email name and address. If you want to remove a different address from Reply to All messages,
or include more addresses, add them in the addresses text field, separating each entry with a semicolon.
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Configuring the Add-in
Once the installation is complete, you are ready to use Reply to All Monitor. When you open Outlook
you will notice a new button “Sperry Software Add-ins” added to the toolbar.
Clicking this button displays the Sperry Software Add-ins configuration screen. It is on this screen that
settings are made to control the add-in’s functionality.
Configuration Page
“Confirm all emails are sent with Reply to All Confirmation message” enables or disables the self
explanatory feature and provides an opportunity to specify what the confirmation text will be.
“Remove Address from Reply to All” allows you to remove specified email address(es) from messages
sent out as “Reply to All.” Generally you would enter your own email address(es) here, to refrain from
getting your own message back when you reply to all.
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Troubleshooting
Q. The “Sperry Software Add-ins” button is not visible.
A. The add-in may have become disabled.
For Outlook 2002, 2003 users:
On the Outlook Menu, click Help…About Microsoft Outlook
Click the “Disabled Items” button
If “Sperry Software” is listed, enable it and restart Outlook
For Outlook 2007 users:
On the Outlook Menu, click Help…Disabled Items
If “Sperry Software” is listed, enable it and restart Outlook
The Sperry Software toolbar may not be set to “Visible”
On the Outlook Menu, click View…Toolbars and make sure that Sperry Software is checked.
Q. The “Sperry Software Add-ins” button does not respond.
A. Run the add-in Reset tool.
The add-in reset tool can be downloaded from
http://www.sperrysoftware.com/outlook/tools.asp
Q. How can we contact you for more help?
A. For help on more in-depth issues, check out our Knowledge Base.
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