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Posted on 2014-11-23
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Mail doesn't go in respective folder even if rule is set.
Folder exists

Could it be because that if marked to several ids so it doesnt go in folder??
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Delete the rule and re-create it by clicking on an email which is in the folder you want to move from.
In the rule options make your settings

Check also:
http://www.codetwo.com/kb/how-to-create-in-outlook-a-rule-moving-mail-to-a-specified-folder/
http://www.extendoffice.com/documents/outlook/1162-outlook-auto-move-email-to-folder.html
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The email id from which user want to come to specific folder is configured in Outlook current profile also.
What that be causing problem?
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