This is our situation:
1. We receive e-mails from Google Checkout, with the subject “Status request for order number #1234567” (where 1234567 changes).
2. These e-mails are sent from noreply(at)google(dot)com, and have a different reply-to address.
3. What we want is an Outlook 2003 macro that will automatically reply with a set message to the REPLY-TO address (not the sender address) through a non-default account.
We can do the first part of the task – identifying the emails from Google Checkout, with the right subject, and then using a rule to execute the macro.
What we need is a script that will do the second part – sending a pre-written message to the REPLY-TO address, but WITHOUT bringing up a security alert. Outlook will always display a security alert when e-mails are sent automatically, therefore this will probably have to be written using Redemption.
In summary, we want:
1. A script that will be executed by an Outlook 2003 rule
2. It replies to the REPLY-TO address with a message that we have already created
3. It does NOT display any security messages
4. It uses a non-default Outlook account