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Exchange 2010 Outlook Mailbox Rule for ALL USERS

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exchange 2010 SP3 want to create a rule that will be applied to all users in a certain OU.

Search Inbox for email with "From Address" = Username@domain.com -> move to sent folder

So....
if the username is jsmith@domain.com it will search his inbox and move to sent folder
If the username is jdoe@domain.com it will search her inbox and move to send folder.

Any idea how to do this?

Thanks,
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In Exchange 2010 there are Transport Rules only. These rules can't move messages to folders, unfortunately. So, you'll need to create a PowerShell script for this and run it manually. Or create a rule for each user in Outlook/OWA.
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