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Conditionnal Formatting Outlook

Hello gents
There is One of my manager who want to implement "Conditionnal formatting with outlook" I guess that is how they call it. Basically he want some color codes to assign to mails
Mail from CEO: Red
mail in copy: blue

Is it possible ? the version of outlook is 2013

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gazambey
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Lisa Hendrickson "CallThatGirl"MS Outlook ExpertCommented:
I think so, but the contacts have be categorized first with the color.

Go to the rules in Outlook, and follow the wizard, in the 2nd box you can assign the person it to a color category.
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Alexei KuznetsovMicrosoft Outlook MVPCommented:
On Outlook ribbon, go to View -> View Settings and click the "Conditional Formatting..." button. Now click "Add", name the rule like "CEO" select required Font color (red) and click the "Condition....". There you can select "From..." (CEO). OK, OK, OK.

As for the second requirement (mail in copy): follow the same way, name it like "CC", select blue font color and specify the condition as "Where I am" "on the CC line with other people".
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gazambeyAuthor Commented:
Marvelous It Worked
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