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Posted on 2006-11-03
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I recently made a folder and assigned a rule that would put messages from a certain user into that folder titled "Firstname Lastname". However, when I get a message from that user I don't get a popup notification or a new message taskbar icon, so I can't see immediately that the message has arrived. Is there a way to enable notifications for messages from this user under that folder?

Also, is there a quick and easy way to just create a folder for each new contact without manually assigning rules to each one? I think I've seen that done before.

Thanks,
Igor
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Well doesnt email first go into your inbox (sort off) then rules get applied and item moved?
Have u got the notification displaying now for normal emails? If not, have a look at Tools/Options/Email Options (in preferences tab)/Advanced Email Options and look in 2nd part - when new items arrive

regarding folder, I dont know of any quick way, unless some vba was written to automate it
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Hi igor92128,

For the first part of your question, no, the desktop alert works on email arriving during a scheduled send and recieve to the default inbox. If you use a rule to deliver email to a folder you will not get the alert.
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/831399/en-us

rockiroads is correct on the second part.

cheers,
frankco
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Thanks for the clarificatim Frankco. I thought that might be the case since when u look in options, it does say to the default inbox.

Would writing your own macro help here?

Adding a macro in vba window (ThisOutlookSession module)

Private Sub Application_NewMail()
    MsgBox "You have New Mail"
End Sub


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