Is it possible to create a rule in Outlook Web Access (Exchange 2007) to do the following things:
- Move a message from a specific domain (like @msn.com, or @gmail.com) to a folder.
- Then forward that e-mail to another e-mail account.
I can figure out how to do this with a specific e-mail address, but can't find any way to make the outlook web access look at just the domain name.
You can try the following:
- Options > Rules > New Rule >
under "After the message arrives"
Select > If the message includes specific words > "in the sender's address"
you'll see "Apply this rule after
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