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I need to create an email rule that will forward any email that comes from @nhkseating.com to a particular person.  I have tried creating a  rule using the * as a wild card *@nhkseating.com but it does not seem to be working.  Can anyone help with this.  Thanks!
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Hi,

Try the steps below –
From Outlook 2010 main ribbon –
-      Rules – Manage Rules & Alerts
-      New Rule – Step 1 third option “Start from blank rule” – “Apply rule on messages I receive”  - Next.
-      Select “With specific words in sender address”
-      Click on “specific words” – In the new search Text window type “@nhkseating.com” – Add – OK – Next.
-      Select the action you want. There are a few ways to forward select the right one for you.
-      Add the address to forward to, you may need to have it your contact list or address book.
-      Click Finish.

Hopes it helps.

IG.
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Great answer!!!  Thanks!!!
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