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How to create an Outlook 2010 mail forwarding rule

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Is it possible with Microsoft Outlook 2010 to  create a rule which will forward incoming mail from a specific sender with a particular text in the subject to a specific e-mail address which is not in the address book?

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Roger
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Thanks, that's what I wanted.
Finally, can I also add a rule to delete the message entirely afterwards ?
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Thanks Roger

Yes you can - you can add new rule and use up & down arrows to set its order to run after first one.
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