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How to have emails automatically redirected to folder of my choice.
Say all private incoming emails to folder private
and incoming emails from particular customer to customer_inbox folder.
Can I also have a copy of email sent to a customer saved in another folder customer_sent folder so that sent emails are not saved in sent folders"
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Hi Vasi04,

a place to start would be the rules wizard http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?kbid=196212

Hope This helps
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