Quickly forward Outlook message as a file

If you wish to forward any Outlook message as a file you can use copy/paste features:

  1. Find and select (on message list) message that you want to forward as a file.
  2. Press Ctrl+C to copy selected message to clipboard.
  3. Hit Ctrl+N to start a new message (or Ctrl+R to respond to some other message).
  4. Click anywhere within main text window (or press Tab three times to get there).
  5. Press Ctrl+V to attach copied message as a file (paste it from Clipboard).

That’s all, folks! :>

Sometimes, I need to forward message no x in my message list as a file attached in response to message no x-1 (the next coming in, since I have message list ordered by date). For this reason I use an ultra fast combination of: Ctrl+C | | Ctrl+R | Tab+Tab+Tab | Ctrl+V | Ctrl+Enter.

Handy regular expressions

This is just a memo for myself to remember all regular expression that I often use:

  1. Remove sh*t from movie’s subtitles:
  2. Other:

Surround with / for JavaScript (and JSON?). Thus first example (\(([^)]+)\)) becomes /\(([^)]+)\)/.

Probably no use for anyone else except me, sorry! :>