Creating a rule in Outlook

Hi,

We are running exchange 2013, I have a user with multiple   emails address pointing to the mail store. I had a brain wave could we separate the emails into different folders from the different emails address

I set up a new folder - New rule
where my name is user.test@domain.com
move it to the new folder

I did the same for a different email address. They all go into the first new folder?
jwc1972Asked:
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Guy LidbetterCommented:
Try creating the new rule, going to advanced options... then selecting recipient address contains : email1@domain.com > go to folder "Email1"
New Rule > recipient Address contains > email2@domain.com > goto folder"Email2"

You'd need to go to advanced options for this though...

My Name will always default to your alias regardless of the primary or proxy email address...
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