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I have a deaf user who would like an e-mail message notification sent to his mailbox vs. a dekstop alert message.  Is this possible?

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I have a user who is deaf.  He has a secondary shared mailbox on his outlook profile, however he would like to receive an email notification that the shared mailbox received an email vs. a dekstop mail alert?  I need to know if ths is possible or if there is a script in existence that can do this?  Thee user is Currently on OUtlook 2010 and connecting to  Exchange Server 2007.  We will soon be migrating to Exchange Online Prem.  Any ideas you can give me will be helpful.
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create a new rule that runs on all messages received to show a desktop notification and ensure that this is ALWAYS the first rule (at the top)
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https://#40372214 is a valid solution
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