Using mail rules to process messages


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Using mail rules to process messages

Unlike Quick Steps which are triggered manually by you, Mail Rules are set of filters that act on your incoming email automatically, based on a set of Rules that you've specified. So let's go ahead and create some Rules. I'm in my Inbox now and I want to create a Rule for this particular newsletter to move to my Newsletters Folder, so I'm going to highlight the email and in my Home Ribbon Tab, click on Rules, Create Rule. Now because I already have this email specified, Outlook is going to guess and think it knows what I want to do with it.

So it's telling me that when it gets an email with the selected conditions, either from the Sender or the Subject, in this case, I'm going to select the Subject, because this is how I'm going to actually identify this newsletter. Do the following: I'm going to place a check mark beside Move the Item to a Folder; I'm going to choose my Folder that I had created called Newsletters. If I didn't have the folder create...

Using mail rules to process messages
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Using mail rules to process messages provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Jess Stratton as part of the Outlook 2013 Essential Training

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Business Education + Elearning
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Outlook
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