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Multiple Accounts on outlook 2000?

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I have two accounts configured on outlook 2000.  I can recieve e-mail for both accounts and I also know how to send from each seperately.  My question is whats the best way to seperate incoming mail between the two accounts?  I want mail going to say example1@cox.net to go one place and mail going to example2@cox.net going to another place.  Can I just setup two folders in my inbox and somehow direct the mail from each account to go into the corresponding folder.  The best/easiest way is what I'm looking for.  Thank you very much for any help.
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by:sirbounty
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Set up a rule in the Rules wizard to direct the email based upon the recipient.
Read more here: http://www.slipstick.com/rules/
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by:sirbounty
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I have a similar setup.
I've created a folder "Secondary" and renamed my Inbox to "Primary".
All mail comes in to Primary, but my rule states to check after recieving and if it's TO my secondary account, move it to my Secondary folder...
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by:needhlpplz
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So just create another folder in my inbox and then set a rule up for it?  Is their any details on setting up this rule I need to be aware of?  I'll be able to try this this afternoon when I get to the client site. Thanks for your help
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sirbounty earned 125 total points
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Tools/Rules Wizard....follow the settings there.
Apply rule when receiving - if sent to exampl2@cox.net move to folder Secondary...
It's pretty strait forward.  I'm sure I'll be around if you get stuck (or someone else). :D
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by:needhlpplz
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Thanks works great!!!!
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If it works great - why a "B"?
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by:needhlpplz
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My bad, I am new here and to be honest I didn't realize that I had clicked on a grade to give you a B.  If theres a way to fix this let me know and I will correct it. Sorry/
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Ordinarily, by posting a request in Community Support...
Just want to make sure you're satisfied with the solution.
Thanx. :D
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