I am fiddling with a home-built email encryption device. I'm sending email with Outlook 2010 from a local email address to my Yahoo webmail to test. I'm doing this quite a lot as I fool with the encryption hardware. Instead of composing the test emails (1 unencrypted, 1 encrypted) each time is there a way I can make sending two pre-drafted emails at one or two clicks apart?
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Use Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) in Outlook to write macros to draft and send the emails, you can then assign the Macro to a button and/or keyboard shortcut.
More info here: Getting Started with VBA in Outlook 2010