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Organize your email with folders and rules in Outlook
Overwhelmed by your inbox? Learn how to use folders and rules to make it more manageable.
Outlook folders, friend or foe?
Building folders within Outlook and creating rules to automate where your emails land always sparks a love hate conversation. My relationship started cold and warmed up quickly as I had to become best friends with Outlook during my time in a Business Administrator role here at Microsoft and I'm curious to know how you all feel about it! Love? Hate? Or the perfect excuse as to why you didn't catch someone's email :)
Simplify your email with the Windows Mail app
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in Outlook i have a few folders - CP, CIT, No PO No Pay, etc. Depending on rota depends on what folder i am in mostly that day. today i am in CIT for a few hours doing queries but i also want to be notified of queries in my Inbox BUT Outlook never notifies when you are in a different folder and people are wondering why i'm not responding. Can anyone advise on this? Much much appreciated :) Kim
Trouble blocking email in OUTLOOK
I'm trying to block one word in incoming emails and have run into a wall. I get junk mail from perhaps a hundred places that have the word 'moonfaker' in the sender's address. An example would be: [yqlaniz.ðinfo@moonfaker.com]. All before @ is different with each incoming email, but the moonfaker.com is standard. When I block one the same email comes in with a different lead so the block does not work. I tried 'settings' to put in a permanent block on any incoming email with the word 'moonfaker' in the address, but that did not seem to work. Does anyone here have the same problem? Does anyone here have a solution?
I keep getting these E-mail's, where I can't block them! Because, the To heading, is my Address and the From Heading is my Address! These Spammer are very smart! What can we do about this problem?
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Inbox rules are applied to incoming messages based on the order they're in within the Inbox rules list. You can arrange the order in which the rules you create are applied to messages coming into your inbox. At the top of the page, select Settings> View all Outlook settings.
More... Use inbox rules to automatically perform specific actions on email that arrives in your inbox. For example, you can create rules that will change the importance level of messages as they come in, automatically move them to other folders, or delete them based on certain criteria. Rules only run on your inbox.
The Inbox rules page shows you an overview of all your Inbox rules. From here, you can review what a rule does, turn rules off or on, create new rules, edit existing rules, or delete rules that you no longer need.
Right-click a message in your inbox or another email folder and select Rules. Select one of the options. Outlook automatically suggests creating a rule based on the sender and the recipients. To view more options, select Create Rule.