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Outlook 2010 - Mailbox Rules Help

Posted on 2013-05-17
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Outlook 2010

I work shifts and find that after 4 days off my mailbox has well over 100 emails.

Many of these emails I can set up as rules that are always running which clears alot of them.
However i would like the ones from my team to go into my inbox and after I have read them then I can run a rule that will move them to my folder structure.

The problem is this is time consuming as my folder structure is fairly large.

I saw there was a macro somewhere online where I can set up and create a button to move the mail from one peron and then the next and next as so on.

I am useing Outlook 2010 so your help would be great.

So once again, after I have read the email in my inbox I would like to run a single rule or a macro that will move all the mail in the rule/macro into there respective sub folders.
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If the above doesn't work, this looks like a solution,
http://pyrocam.com/how-to-run-outlook-2007-rules-from-a-button/

Even though the URL has "2007" it applies to both 2007/2010
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Thanks team, the second one was the one I had already tryed but after you found it for me again, I looked at the code and there were a few funny quotes, sorted them and away it went.
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