Moving Invites to a Sub-folder of Inbox - Outlook 2007


Hello:

I have been a delegate for one boss. I have a rule set up that has been
moving all her calendar-related forms from my Inbox to a sub-folder. This
has worked great for allowing me to isolate those important emails, while
still registering them in my boss' calendar.

However, now I have an additional boss. Is there a way to differentiate on
whose calendar's behalf I'm receiving the invites for so that I can create a
rule to move those into another sub-folder?

Example:

Receive invites, accepts, declines, etc on behalf of Boss 1---move to Invite
folder 1
Receive invites, accepts, declines, etc on behalf of Boss 2---move to Invite
folder 2

Thanks.
 
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Diane Poremsky [MVP]

version of outlook?

try a meeting request sent to person 1, move to folder 1 - make a second
similar rule for #2.
 
D

Diane Poremsky [MVP]

unfortunately no, not off the top of my head. I'll have to play with it and
see if their is anything unique you can filter on.
 
Not meaning to sound ignorant, but what would you call the shaded text area
of the calendar form that has the following information: (I thought it was
the header, but I guess not),

Received for "boss 1"
Accepted on 4/9/08 1:44 pm
Conflicts with another appointment.
 
D

Diane Poremsky {MVP}

That's in the the blue shaded banner? Infobar is the technical term for it.
:)









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