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Re: [IP] Need some help: Outlook and folders



Hi Jim

I've set up Outlook so the anything coming in with "IP" in the subject line
goes into a folder I created, called "Pumpers". To do this you:
Click  "INBOX" to highlight it, then click "File" "NEW" "Folder" Name the
folder, next,
>From the main Outlook bar, select Tools - then "message rules". By following
the prompts and links you can create a rule like mine "All message with"[IP]
in the subject line get sent to a folder named Pumpers!

Works like a charm excepting the occasional message withour an "[IP]".

Good luck

Peg

----- Original Message -----
From: "Jimm Lubenow" <email @ redacted>
To: <email @ redacted>
Sent: Tuesday, August 20, 2002 11:10 AM
Subject: [IP] Need some help


> Pumpers....Lend me your ears.......
>
> I need some help keeping track of all of this information. i use Outlook
> Express and would like to know if it is possible to set it up so that all
of
> my IP list e-mail is downloaded into a Insulin Pumper folder and my other
> e-mail is put in my Inbox. Is this possible? Please help.
> Thanks
>
> Jimm
> Hook Em' Horns---
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: <email @ redacted>
> To: <email @ redacted>
> Sent: Tuesday, August 20, 2002 9:26 AM
> Subject: Re: [IP] Remember
>
>
> > Carl - A VERY BELATED HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO YOU!  Kind of sad, isn't it,
that
> those female students turned green and couldn't walk steady from seeing
you
> do your injection when you have had to live with it basically all your
life.
> Anyway, even tho we have no cure, we have to give them credit for the
> advances that have been made re: diabetes care.  Thanks for sharing your
> story - Tammy
> >
> >
> > Tammy, mom to Joely, dx'd 1970; g-ma to Emma, dx'd 2001; both pumping
> 7-18-02
> >
> > In a message dated Mon, 19 Aug 2002 8:34:03 PM Eastern Standard Time,
> email @ redacted writes:
> >
> > >
> > > I have enjoyed the postings about the things we did in the "old days."
> On
> > > this day, August 16, my 60th birthday, I trust that you will allow
this
> old
> > > geezer the opportunity to add my two cents.  I was dxed in 1960, about
> two
> > > months after graduating from high school.  The one thing that I really
> enjoyed
> > > was soda, or as we called it in western West Virginia, "pop."  I knew
> that it
> > > would be hard to live without pop.  A few months later, Diet Rite cola
> showed
> > > up on store shelves, and I was truly blessed.  I know that other IP
> members
> > > have related stories about other brands, but we had trouble with the
> supply
> > > wagons getting through the mountains in the eastern part of the state
to
> > > re-supply us.   The sweetner that was prevalent in use at that time
was
> > > Sucaryl, which came in a triangular shaped bottle with a white cap
that
> had a
> > > bent tip at the top to allow you to shake out drops for dispensing.
Of
> > > course, since it had cyclamates, it was banned by the feds.  Too many
> mice
> > > died with cancer after being injected with more of a concentration
than
> anyone
> > > would have used anyway.I was taking a speech class in college and had
to
> give
> > > a demonstration speech.  I chose to bring a beaker and glass syringe,
> needle
> > > and show what I did to prepare my injection.
> > > I used one those one cup coil heaters to boil the water for
> sterilization.
> > > After the speech, I removed the poster that was blocking the beaker
from
> view,
> > > assembled the unit, and proceeded to give myself an injection in the
> upper
> > > arm.  For some unknown reason, the needle bent, but enough had
> penetrated the
> > > skin to complete the injection.  Two female students in the front row
> turned
> > > white, then kind of green.  I was afraid that we were going to lode
> them.
> > > After class, the instructor said that she gave me an "A" for the
speech,
> but
> > > not to ever do it again.  She did not walk very steady going out of
the
> > > classroom either.  I did the injection everyday, using Lente insulin,
> and
> > > never gave it a thought that some people were squeamish
> > > about shots.
> > > Thanks for letting me reminisce on my birthday.
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