asked on 22nd Jun 2011 | 1 Answers | Answer It!
Yes, you can surely do this and this is an inbuilt feature named as rules. A rule is an action that Microsoft Outlook takes automatically on an arriving or sent message that meets the conditions that you specify in the rule. You can choose many conditions and actions by using the Rules and Alerts Wizard. Rules do not operate on message that have been read, only on those that are unread.
Create a rule from a message:
You can create a rule directly from a message. For example, you can create a rule to move messages from someone to a specific folder.
1. Right-click the message that you want to base the rule on, and then click Create Rule on the shortcut menu.
In the Create Rule dialog box, select the check boxes for the options that are already filled in with information from your selected message.
2. Select the Move the item to folder check box.
3. Click an existing folder or click New to create a new folder to store the messages.
4. To add more conditions, actions, or exceptions to the rule, click Advanced Options, and then follow the rest of the instructions in the Rules and Alerts Wizard.
Tip To run the rule as soon as you create it, select the Run this rule now on the messages already in folder check box on the last page of the Rules and Alerts Wizard.
All the messages in your Inbox, or any folder that you choose, that meet the conditions and exceptions associated with the rule are moved to the specified folder. To test your new rule, open your new folder. Were the correct messages moved?
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