I'm often asked how to filter email from certain domains when at least part of the domain name changes. Outlook doesn't support wildcards in rules, so you can't filter newsletters that come from @s1.domain.com, @s2.domain.com etc, or filter spam from .info, .work or Top-level-domain. This sample macro to use with a run a script rule
How to identify or "do something" with a message that was auto forwarded. While the info bar in the message identified it as auto forwarded, it' only visible when the message is selected.
These code samples show you how to use a run a script rule to send an auto response, including the received date and when the recipient should expect a follow up response. The first sample uses a template for the reply, the second macro replies to the incoming message.
How to use an Outlook macro to move or delete messages containing spammy keywords.
A user wanted to know how to create an AND rule: If the subject contains outlook AND word, do something For example: "outlook AND word" to match on a Subject line of "Mail merge Outlook and Word", but not "Outlook Teams Meeting" While Outlook Rules don't support AND within a rule, you can make it
This macro uses Adobe Acrobat, not Reader or other PDF applications. This run a script macro will open an attached PDF file, look for a keyword and if found, forward the attachment. If the message you are forwarding contains external content, you may need to respond to a security dialog. In this case, you will
Office 2016 and Outlook 2013 users who use a run-a-script rules to be aware that the scripts are currently disabled.
How to block junk mail and spam sent from the new top-level domains in Outlook.
I have a macro that defers sending messages that are composed during a specific time period, such as during the overnight hours. After several users asked how to send responses or forward messages if the new messages arrived during the overnight hours, it's time to add macros for incoming messages as well. I would like
How to use a macro to watch Outlook's Inbox for a message containing appointment details and create a new appointment (or meeting).
Use an Outlook macro to open every hyperlink in the selected email message. A version of the macro will open hyperlinks in every message in the selected folder.
Forgetting appointments because you don't see the reminder? Let Outlook read the reminders to you! You can use the same method to read the subject of incoming mail.
Use a run a script rule to set reminders to alert you if a new message (such as routine server alerts) doesn't arrive within a specified time.
How to use a run a script rule in Outlook to add a category to delegated meetings.
How to use a macro to run Outlook's rules on demand or triggered by a reminder.