How to use a VBA macro to send details of incoming meeting requests or cancellations to an email address.
The Rules Wizard for Microsoft Outlook automatically processes both incoming and outgoing messages. You set conditions similar to those used for Microsoft Outlook filters, then indicate what action(s) you want to be performed on messages that meet those conditions. Rules in the Rules Wizard apply to only to mail at the time its downloaded. They
Use Outlook's Rules Wizard and a Run a Script rule to autoaccept (or decline) meeting requests in Microsoft Outlook.
How to create an Outlook rules using wildcards.
Direct support for this kind of rule was added in Outlook 2000 and is available in all later versions of Outlook. In Outlook 97 and Outlook 98, it requires two rules. Let's say you want to move all messages that contain either "Microsoft Exchange" or "Microsoft Outlook" to a folder named Exchange/Outlook. First, create a
If you connect to Microsoft Exchange Server and are receiving mail sent to more than one address (for example, both to your own mailbox and to a staff member that you're covering for while she's on maternity leave), you will probably want to set up a rule to route the other person's mail into a
Current versions of Microsoft Outlook contain a rule condition you can use to sort mail received from multiple email accounts. Simply choose the condition "through specified account", select the account and complete the rule. In earlier versions of Outlook that do not include this condition, you need to create a rule using the condition "with
You can divide rules into two types - server-side and client-only. Server-side rules are handled entirely by the Exchange Server, independent of the state of the Outlook client. Client-only rules do not execute until the user who created the rule logs in to the Outlook client with the same profile used to create the rule.
How to use Outlook's Rules Wizard Run a Script action to process messages using VBA. Using Run a Script rules will allow you to use actions not available in the Rules Wizard.
Microsoft Exchange Server users can create a rule that looks like this: Apply this rule after the message arrives with @ in the sender's address <whatever actions you want> except with @mycompany.com in the sender's address This is a client-only rule, because the "with specified words in the sender's address" condition is an Outlook-only condition