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How to Create a rule for a shared mail box in outlook 2010

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Hi

We use exchange 2007 and outlook 2010. We  have 4 users who use a shared mailbox. we receive email alerts from couple of servers everyday on the shared mail Inbox.

I want to create seperate folders within the shared mail box and want all these emails to go to these folders i create rather than landing in the Sharedmail Inbox.

What is the best way to do this. Any tutorials will be much appreciated.

Thanks
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You can log in to the shared mailbox from OWA and set a rule to move the messages that you want to the folders

http://blogs.technet.com/b/exchange/archive/2008/04/14/3405360.aspx
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Simple

Create a Outlook profile for the shared mailbox and then create the Serverside rules you want to :) ...... this wont need the Outlook profile to be active\running

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Please post me as how to I create a outlook profile for a  shared mailbox
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