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Office 2003 filter emails that are CC: or TO: or BCC:

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I am looking to filter emails in my outlook 2003.
I would like to be able to see/check emails that I am included in 1. TO: field, 2. CC: field, and BCC: field.
Is there a way?
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You can do this with Rules and Alerts found under the Tools menu.
If you choose start with a blank rule and check messages after they arrive, you can choose conditions.
One of these cpnditions is where my name is in the To box. One is Where my name is in the cc box. Any leftovers would be BCC.
Then choose an action, such as move to specified folder .
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