Three automatic rules for incoming messages


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Three automatic rules for incoming messages

I've never liked repeating the same task, so I'm glad Outlook has extensive support for rules which deal with the emails I receive. A rule is something that is applied to incoming emails and if they match a specific criteria a set of actions are carried out. Here I'll give you three examples of rules that I use and how to create each one. The three rules will automatically move a newsletter to a folder, pop-up an alert when I get an email from someone important, and set the category of an email based on the sender. Rule number one, the Newsletter folder. Here is an email newsletter I subscribed to.

I don't want it to clutter up my Inbox. So I'll tell Outlook to automatically move these newsletters to their own folder. When I right-click the email and choose Create Rule, the Create Rule dialog box appears. This is the simple way to create rule. I'll specify email from the amateur- digital-photographers@googlegroups. This means that any email that's from the amateur-...

Three automatic rules for incoming messages
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Three automatic rules for incoming messages provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by David Diskin as part of the Outlook 2007 Power Shortcuts

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