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Forwarding a mail based on the subject?

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Hi,
I would like to forward a user's mails to two different mail ids based on the subject of the mail. Is it possible?

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 User1@abc.com is a mail user. I want to forward this user's mails to one@def.com if the subject is one and two@xyz.com if the subject is two. Is it possible to configure? If so, pls. explain.

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Magesh.
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Yes, this is doable.

Access User1@abc.com from Outlook, go to:

Tools -> Rules Wizard (or other names, depends on your Outlook version), and then create new rules as
check messges when they arrive -> with specific words in subject -> redirect (or forward) to a people .....

It's very straight forward and you should be able to create the rules without any trouble.
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