Server Rules/Email Notification


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For the Horde

I have setup server rules to move messages to different folders. However,
when Exchange Server 2007 moves the messages, I don't receive a "New Email"
alert from Outlook 2007, Entourage 2008, or my WM6 phone. So I setup my
Exchange information on my friend's iPhone, and it notifies me with the
default new mail tone, but it doesn't display the number of new messages.
When I look in at the folders in all four client environments, the folders
show the number of new messages. I am just not getting any alerts. Is this
a bug in Exchange, Outlook 2007, Entourage 2008, WM6, and/or iPhone?

When I had client rules from Outlook 2007 moved the messages, all the alerts
worked fine.
 
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F

For the Horde

Thanks for the reply. Is there a way to make the Outlook clients trigger an
email alert when the server moves the mail to a folder other than the inbox?

Also, I meant to tag your post as helpful, but I fat-fingered it. Sorry
about not properly recognizing your assistance.

Diane Poremsky said:
Server rules move the mail as soon as it arrives in the mailbox, client
rules move mail as outlook downloads it. Alerts are client rules and are
tiggered when outlook downloads mail to the inbox.

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Diane Poremsky [MVP - Outlook]



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For the Horde said:
I have setup server rules to move messages to different folders. However,
when Exchange Server 2007 moves the messages, I don't receive a "New
Email"
alert from Outlook 2007, Entourage 2008, or my WM6 phone. So I setup my
Exchange information on my friend's iPhone, and it notifies me with the
default new mail tone, but it doesn't display the number of new messages.
When I look in at the folders in all four client environments, the folders
show the number of new messages. I am just not getting any alerts. Is
this
a bug in Exchange, Outlook 2007, Entourage 2008, WM6, and/or iPhone?

When I had client rules from Outlook 2007 moved the messages, all the
alerts
worked fine.
 
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D

Diane Poremsky [MVP]

No. You'd need to use a client rule and have outlook move them as it
downloads them.

--
Diane Poremsky [MVP - Outlook]



Outlook Tips by email:
mailto:[email protected]

EMO - a weekly newsletter about Outlook and Exchange:
mailto:[email protected]

Let's Really Fix Outlook 2010
http://forums.slipstick.com/forumdisplay.php?f=34

For the Horde said:
Thanks for the reply. Is there a way to make the Outlook clients trigger
an
email alert when the server moves the mail to a folder other than the
inbox?

Also, I meant to tag your post as helpful, but I fat-fingered it. Sorry
about not properly recognizing your assistance.

Diane Poremsky said:
Server rules move the mail as soon as it arrives in the mailbox, client
rules move mail as outlook downloads it. Alerts are client rules and are
tiggered when outlook downloads mail to the inbox.

--
Diane Poremsky [MVP - Outlook]



Outlook Tips by email:
mailto:[email protected]

EMO - a weekly newsletter about Outlook and Exchange:
mailto:[email protected]

Let's Really Fix Outlook 2010
http://forums.slipstick.com/forumdisplay.php?f=34

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I have setup server rules to move messages to different folders.
However,
when Exchange Server 2007 moves the messages, I don't receive a "New
Email"
alert from Outlook 2007, Entourage 2008, or my WM6 phone. So I setup
my
Exchange information on my friend's iPhone, and it notifies me with the
default new mail tone, but it doesn't display the number of new
messages.
When I look in at the folders in all four client environments, the
folders
show the number of new messages. I am just not getting any alerts. Is
this
a bug in Exchange, Outlook 2007, Entourage 2008, WM6, and/or iPhone?

When I had client rules from Outlook 2007 moved the messages, all the
alerts
worked fine.
 

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