How do you make outlook2k/Exchange2k3 rules case insensitive?

Posted on 2003-12-01
Last Modified: 2010-04-08
I have some rules in Outlook that screen message headers for SMTP addresses.  I would like those rules to be case insensitve so that I don't have to rewrite the rule for every possible permutation of a web address.


I really just want it to recognize all of them as the same.  Any ideas?

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Slick_Ric earned 500 total points
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The rules in Outlook are not case sensitive so that shouldn't be a problem.

You could also just use part of the email address, say the domain name to filter out every email from that domain.



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