How can I change an Outlook 2010 clinet only rule so that the rule will always run (on the server) whether or not the clinet machine is running?

How can I change an Outlook 2010 client only rule so that the rule will always run (on the server) whether or not the client machine (with Outlook 2010)  is running?

Some of the rules that I have created always say (client only) no matter how many times or how many different ways I try to create them (see the screenshot).

1. How do I convert a client only rule to be a regular rule that will always run (or run on the Exchange server)?

2. How do I convert a client only rule to being a rule that will always run (on the Exchange Server) whether or not the Outlook 2010 client programs are running?

My company is using Outlook 2010 64 bit and Exchange Server 2010.
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PostmasterCommented:
Client Rules are ines that cannot be run on the server, as they perform actions that require the client.
For example, your Experts Exchange rule plays a sound - which the server can never do for you.
A permanent delete is also a client-only action.

You may need to experiment with adding part of the rule and saving, so you can work out what action causes the client-only setting.
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MegaNuk3Commented:
Or create the rule in OWA as that is server side only and will not display client side options
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