Domain based rule...

G'day.

For my work email account, I want to filter all emails sent from outside the work domain (for this example, say my work domain is user@company.com). I want all the emails sent from any_user@company.com in my main email inbox, and any emails sent to me but NOT from Company.com domain to be placed in a personal sub directory?

Any hints appreciated.

DMurray
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Mob-bomCommented:
Hi Dmurry, try this:

(I'm using Outlook 2000 for the example)

Tools > Rules Wizard > Button: New...

Select: 'Check messages when they arrive'

Next

Checkbox: 'with specific words in the sender's address'

In the box below the checkbox options, Click: 'specific words'

In the Popup box, enter: @

OK > Next

Checkbox: 'move it to the specified folder'

In the box below the checkbox options, Click: 'specified'

Choose/browse to the folder that you want emails NOT from your company to go.

OK > Next

Checkbox: 'except with specific words in the sender's address'

In the box below the checkbox options, Click: 'specific words'

In the Popup box, enter: *@YourCompanyEmailDomain.com*

OK > Next

Name your new rule

Checkbox: Turn on this rule (make sure it is checked, it should be)

Finish

Good luck!








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DMurrayAuthor Commented:
Great answer

Works as desired.

Cheers
DMurray
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