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How to change the delivery option in Outlook 2002?

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How to change the delivery option in Outlook 2002?  i.e., If I want emails to go to another folder other than Inbox.  I know how to do this in Outlook 2000 but can not find it in Outlook 2002.  Thanks in advance.
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Create rules and specify the folder where the email needs to go

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