[vip_students] Re: making different in box in outlook

  • From: "Paul Traynor (NCBI)" <paul.traynor@xxxxxxx>
  • To: <vip_students@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 21 Jul 2010 11:36:17 +0100

Hi Aedan,

Try creating a rule like the following. I am assuming  you are using MS 

1.While in the Inbox, create a new folder, call it Barbara or something like 
2. First arrow to one of Barbaras messages.

3. Press the application key and arrow up or down to "create rule" and press 

4. Now tab over to the checkbox that says, "Where I get messages sent too: and 
check this box.

5. Now tab over to  "Move to folder checkbox" and check it.

Now tab once more to "select folder" and press spacebar. Here you will be 
presented with any existing folders contained within outlook including the new 
one you created earlier, arrow to this one and tab to "OK" followed by spacebar.

6. Now tab to "ok" again and hit spacebar.

7. Finally, do a "shift tab once" to always send messages to this folder and 
check it, tab to a final "OK" button and hit spacebar. Now if all has been done 
correctly any existing messages for Barbara  will be moved into her new folder 
and any future messages will also go in there.

Hope you're enjoying your nice weather there.


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