Rules for Emails

I have a number of forwarding rules that I set up in outlook. For instance, if there is a "ABCD" in subject, it will automatically forward to a particular email address.

Is there a way of setting up rules like this through g-mail or another web based program? I don't like the fact that I have to have outlook open for the rule to take place.

If gmail doesn't work, is there another web email application I could set them up on?

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Every email service should have Web mail from which you can create Rules in Webmail that does not require Outlook to open.

What is your email service ?

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Rob HensonFinance AnalystCommented:
Yahoo has a forwarding option and a basic Holiday rule.

Can't find any setting on GMail though. Maybe there is that option in GMail for Business.

Rob H
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