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9 sample(s) found for Rules
This explains the basics for writing macros that can be run by a rule.
Last modified: 2006/12/11
This sample finds an address in the list of recipients and then moves the email.
Last modified: 2009/11/23
Do you sometimes miss a new email because it's automatically moved to a closed subfolder? This macro expands the subfolder so you can see at a glance whether is has new items.
Last modified: 2013/05/23
If you create a rule to move a new email automatically to another folder, the rules wizzard ignores upper/lower cases. This script doesn't ignore the subtle distinction.
Last modified: 2015/03/14
Rules can be run manually, however, that requires lots of clicks. Use this script to run all rules with your preferred settings.
Last modified: 2015/05/07
Outlook can run a rule if you are the only recipient of an email. This macro runs a rule if you are the only recipient in the To field, no matter how many other addresses there is in the CC field.
Last modified: 2015/07/24
Categories qualify very well for triggering certain actions. See how to build your own Quick Steps.
Last modified: 2016/11/02
See how to defer the delivery of your emails. Instead of sending immediately, you could send your emails, for instance, in the evening at six o'clock.
Last modified: 2016/12/01
This sample automatically moves empty emails to the junk folder.
Last modified: 2017/06/23