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I have read that it is possible to update the exported rules (.rwz) in some type of program that it can be done?  If so, what program? I have looked at Solvusoft, but even though there is a free download, it does not seem to work.

What about UltraEdit?  I have a lot of rules that I need to change and this seems to be the easiest.
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Have a look at Power Rules Manager from Sperry Software, although it's not free. http://www.sperrysoftware.com/outlook/power-rules-manager.asp
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Thanks, I had noticed that once but I thought I was a different domain name.  Hopefully I can get that one to run.
Thank again.
Corey
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