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Outlook 2007 "Client-Side" rules will not run

Posted on 2009-02-17
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I am running MS Outlook 2007 connected to a SBS 2008 Server running Exchange 2007.  If I create a rule that moves a email from a user to a sub folder the rule works but if I add the option to assign a category the rule does not run.

There is no error it just does not do anything.

The thing is it did work.  We had to rebuild our domain so when I took my computer out of the old domain and then added it to the new domain this is when the problem started.  I did have to import all of my old mail from a pst but that should not of affected the new mail.
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BarsMonster earned 1000 total points
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Probably your first edition of the rule moved email messages to the folder, and when you changed the rule, it just passed through inbox (as there are no mail left for the criteria)
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That is not it.  I have tested this many different ways.  I always move the mail back into the Inbox.
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Assigning points so I cna ask another question.
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