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copy email in outlook 2010

Posted on 2011-09-23
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My emails like everyone else's go to my inbox.
i have a folder called vendors that i want to put some of my emails in but....
i would like to leave a copy in the inbox also.
how can i copy an email in one folder and paste it into another??
so that i now have 2 copies of the email in my exchange outlook 2010 environment
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Set up a rule to do this.

Go to the File tab.
Select Manage Rules & Alerts
Click New Rule
Under "Start from a blank rule", click Apply rule on messages I receive

From there you can select who the messages are from, and then there is an option to move a copy to another folder.
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