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How to enable a rule to auto CC myself in the web version of Outlook 365?

In our company, we are using Office 365.  I would like to set up a rule that would add my own email address to the CC field automatically, each time I send an email. However I do not seem to be able to do that in the web version of Outlook.  Desktop version offers a way of doing this and I set up an auto CC rule that sends an email to myself w/o me having to add myself to CC.  But while I was creating this rule on Desktop, it clearly said that it will only work when sending email from Desktop.

So, the question is, can my IT department (if I ask nicely) enable from their end an option for the users to create such an auto CC rule that would work in the web version (and perhaps in the smartphone Outlook app too)?

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Vasil Michev (MVP)

8/22/2022 - Mon
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Dima Iva

Thank you. Would it be possible for the admin to create a rule that would then appear in web Outlook and could be then selected by individual users if they want?  That way, 90% of my organization would never notice it, but I would and start using it.

If not, I could ask the admin (we are on good terms) to create a rule that would cc: me on everything that I am sending, right?
Vasil Michev (MVP)

They are able to create it, but you will not be able to see/modify such rule (without admin permissions).
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