Rules in Outlook 13


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kjames1973

Hey guys,

I have been trying tutorials via web search or on youtube.com.
Haven't found anything that works well.

I have email newsletters like most people.
Example, monster.com and Lynda.com and others.
The problem with these newsletters is that it comes from different email address from time to time.
So, Ho do not know how to program my rules correctly so that no matter what email comes in from those companies it will go into the monster.com folder or lynda.com folder.

What is the best approach in the rules to handle this?

I have tried right click, create rule, and choose all types of conditions.
I just can't seem to find the right ones.
I also tried the one where you type on or add to custom name rule.
That hasn't worked or I am doing something not right, or not choosing the right check box's.

Can anyone please help me out and let me know your suggestions and thoughts?
I would greatly appreciate so I can tame my inbox again. LOL.

Thanks, Karl
 
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badgolferman

Hey guys,

I have been trying tutorials via web search or on youtube.com.
Haven't found anything that works well.

I have email newsletters like most people.
Example, monster.com and Lynda.com and others.
The problem with these newsletters is that it comes from different
email address from time to time. So, Ho do not know how to program
my rules correctly so that no matter what email comes in from those
companies it will go into the monster.com folder or lynda.com folder.

What is the best approach in the rules to handle this?

I have tried right click, create rule, and choose all types of
conditions. I just can't seem to find the right ones.
I also tried the one where you type on or add to custom name rule.
That hasn't worked or I am doing something not right, or not choosing
the right check box's.

Can anyone please help me out and let me know your suggestions and
thoughts? I would greatly appreciate so I can tame my inbox again.
LOL.

Thanks, Karl
You should be able to filter on Subject line or Message Body. There
should be something there that is consistent.
 

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