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I have a user who has a secondary email address.  Bob@myco.com is his return address, and info@myco.com his secondary.  In his Outlook I have created a folder under his inbox called Info Requests.  Is it possible to set a rule that says when an email arrives addressed to Info@myco.com to place that email in the folder Info Requests while letting emails addressed to Bob@myco.com reside in the inbox?
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Yes, it is possible.  You will want to create a rule with the following:

Apply this rule after the message arrives
sent to info@myco.com
move it to the Info Request folder
except if sent to BOB@myco.com
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