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How do I transfer rules from one machine to another?

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I need to transfer the email rules from Outlook on one machine to another machine but I can't find any way to export them.  Is there a way to do this?

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Please access the rules from outlook. There will be a button to export the rules in the rules creation dialog box. Once done, copy the file to the other machine and import in to rules.
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Thanks, I can't believe I didn't see that!

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glad u got it.
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