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Can Outlook 2010 Rules Be Set for Folders Other Than the Inbox?

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Hello,

I have a user that wants to set up an Outlook 2010 rule that only applies to a folder below the Inbox, into which she manually moves messages from her Inbox. The messages should be moved from this folder to a public folder.

Is it possible to create a rule to do this? It appears to me that rules can only be set on the Inbox and not subfolders, but I could be missing something.

Thanks.
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Without script not possible .
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by:Ben Vrijsen
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I'm really crazy about Auto-Mate from Pergenex.
Your have no limitations at all with creating rules and the series of actions linked to those rules.
I've been using it for years now and it makes my work a lot easier!
Have a look at http://www.pergenex.com/auto-mate/
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