Create a rule

Please look at the attached picture.  I have several brokerage accounts.  All the proxy notices come from but as you can see from the picture, they come showing the name of the brokerage.  I would like to separate the proxy notices into one folder and the other notices into either a single folder for all brokerages or a separate folder for each.  When I make a rule, it uses the name rather than the actual email or even the domain name.   Is it possible to make a rule based on either a specific email address or a specific domain?
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Martin MillerCTOCommented:
Outlook allows rules with the SENDER (FROM) to be included.  

I use this for sorting email from my employees and external contractors.
Bill PrewIT / Software Engineering ConsultantCommented:
Have you tried placing the email address ( in the "with specific words in the sender address"?



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PatHartmanAuthor Commented:
That may have done it Bill.  We'll see next week when I get mail from them again.  Thanks
Bill PrewIT / Software Engineering ConsultantCommented:
Welcome Pat.

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