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Hello,

Is there a way to setup a rule in Outlook that runs at a certain time of day recurring - e.g. user works tuesday, Thursday only, from 10 - 3 and wants a rule for any emails recieved outside of these hours?
I am thinking VBA???
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Not possible, unless you are scheduling every week.
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cheers
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what if you use the time range in the message header?
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