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specific mail automatically in a special folder

hi experts
i got a short question
is there a way that outlook 2003 automatically stores all mail from 1 adress(customer) in a folder
YES? how?

thnx
greetz tombo
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sajuksCommented:
You can create a rule in outlook.Check the tutorial to guide you
http://mavmail.mnsu.edu/Outlook2003HTMLfiles/OutlookPt3.htm
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tombo1986Author Commented:
Thnx for the reply but my question was wrong
sorry i asked it for someone else but my question was wrong....

Here is my real question...
the good one is:

when I send a mail to someone, I want outlook2003 to ask me "Where" i want to place the send mail. instead of automatically be placed in Send items.

i know lotus notes can do it
But can outlook ask me where i want to store the send mails when i push send...

thnx greetzzzz
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sajuksCommented:
nope outlook 2003 doesnt 've that much flexibility.
the best you can do is change the folder where you want the saved messages to be stored is manually as explained at
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Applications/MS_Office/Outlook/Q_10792521.html
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sajuksCommented:
Try this not exactly what you want but a similar way
http://www.ivasoft.biz/sentroute.html
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tombo1986Author Commented:
thnx sajuks for your last post
it works great with the script in that URL
excellent!
greetz
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sajuksCommented:
Glad you got it the way you wanted.
Thanks for the points and grade
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