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Automatically forward messages from x to y

Posted on 1998-10-09
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Using Outlook 98 and Windows 95.

Hi,

I have a simple question.  I know you can do this with it since it seems to indicate it in the help system... but it doesn't tell me how...

So what I want to do is automatically forward all messages from one person to another and then delete the message on my computer.

So:
1) Forward message from x to y.
2) Delete original message.

How do I do this?
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Go to Tools/Rules Wizard.  Choose New... Check Messages When they arrive... Choose whatever ones fit your needs (ie Sent Directly to me)... Choose "Forward it to"... Type the email or choose from the list... Also choose Delete it...

That will do it.
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Thank you, that has cleared up everything.
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