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Is there a way in Outlook 2000 that if you filter a specific email address and if the it appears in the input box it will delete automatically?
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To my knowledge, you can organize your incoming email (eg. from a specific email address)  to a specific folder or even to the Deleted items inside your Outlook Today ( Personal Folder ).   This is done  when you highlight the email  and click organize on the tool bar . There will be a tool to create a rule to transfer emails from the specific  sender to any folder you decide. There you may choose to transfer to the "delete items". As a result, that specific sender's emails will be directly send to the deleted items. You may delete all the relative emails there.
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