MSOutlook: How to automatically move files coming into the Inbox to another folder.

BlueDevilFan . . . if you get this . . . this question is similar to one you helped someone with that I found when I searched, but I'm still a little confused when putting the correct file paths/names in the right place.  This is the one I'm referring to:

Title: How to delete and move my email from one folder to another?
asked by rkckjk on 12/31/2004 02:17PM PST  

I would like to have emails coming into the Inbox, that have a particular reference in the subject line (ie.  any email with the word like "benefit" in the subject line), go directly to a folder called ""\Public Folders\All Public Folders\Departmental Exchange Folders\Client Service Center."

Thanks!
c9k9hAsked:
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Naser GabajE&P Senior Software SpecialistCommented:
use the rules to move the message upon arrival with condition (a word in the subject "benefit")
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c9k9hAuthor Commented:
Will that was easy!   And here I was trying to make it difficult.  This does what I need.  Thank you very much!  
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Naser GabajE&P Senior Software SpecialistCommented:
:) Glad to see you make it, u welcome

Naser
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