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outlook 2011 mac rule move imap folder message to local folder

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I have an imap account and would like to move all messages that come in a specific folder to a local folder.
How can I write a rule for it? I tried logically with the rul to set "IF FROM FOLDER SENT" MOVE TO LOCAL FOLDER SENT

But no messages get affected even when I try to apply the rule directly on a message nothing happens. Are there any steps i'm missing?
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Question by:NewtonianB
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How are you doing the rule:

Any Recipient ... contains your email addy
Move message .... YOur folder

Chris
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