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If necessary, choose the target folder from the Apply Changes To This folder list.
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2. Select the rule that you want to copy, and then click Copy. 3. When you re prompted in the Copy Rules To dialog box, select the destination folder for the rule, and then click OK.
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For details on sharing rules with other Outlook 2007 users, see Sharing Rules with Others later in this chapter.
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In some situations, it s easier to create rules from speci c messages. For example, if you frequently receive unwanted messages from a particular sender, you might want to delete the messages without downloading them. You can specify the address when you begin to create a rule in the Rules Wizard, but in this case, it would be easier to create the rule from the message instead, saving you the trouble of typing the sender s name or address. Or perhaps the subject of a particular group of messages always contains a unique string of text, and you want to build the rule around that text. Rather than typing the text yourself, you can create the rule from one of the messages. Here s how to create a rule from a speci c message: 1. In Outlook 2007, open the folder containing the message. 2. Right-click the message header, and then choose Create Rule. 3. Outlook 2007 displays a Create Rule dialog box that re ects the properties of the selected message sender and subject, for example as shown in Figure 118. Select an action from the Do The Following area in the dialog box. Or click Advanced Options to open the Rules Wizard to choose additional actions. Select a condition, and then complete the rule as you normally would if you were creating it from a template or from scratch.
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Figure 11-8. Use the Create Rule dialog box to specify basic rule conditions and actions.
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Processing Messages Automatically
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Remember that HTTP accounts don t support Outlook 2007 rules. If you right-click a message stored in a folder for an HTTP-based mail account, you ll see that the Create Rule command is not available. Also, rules are always created in the Inbox, not in other folders. You can, however, run rules manually in other folders.
Creating Rules That Use OR Logic
Up to now, you ve explored relatively simple rules that function based on a single condition or on multiple AND conditions. In the latter case, the rule speci es multiple conditions and applies only to messages that meet all the conditions. If a rule is de ned by three AND conditions, for example, Outlook 2007 uses it only on messages that meet condition 1, condition 2, and condition 3. You also can create rules that follow OR logic. In this case, a rule speci es a single condition but multiple criteria for that condition. The rule will then act on any message that meets at least one of the criteria for the condition. For example, you might create a rule that deletes a message if the subject of the message contains any one of three words. If one of the conditions is met (that is, if the subject of a message contains at least one of the three words), Outlook 2007 deletes that message. With Outlook 2007, you can create several rules that use OR logic within a single condition, but you can t create a single rule that uses OR logic on multiple conditions. For example, you might create a rule that deletes a message if the message contains the phrase MLM, Free Money, or Guaranteed Results. However, you can t create a message rule that deletes the message if the subject of the message contains the words Free Money (condition 1), or if the message is from a speci c sender (condition 2), or if the message is larger than a given size (condition 3). OR must operate within a single condition. When you create a rule with multiple conditions, Outlook 2007 always treats multiple conditions in the same rule using AND logic. You would have to create three separate rules to accommodate the latter example. If you have a situation where you need to check for more than one piece of data in a single condition, you can do so easily enough; however, when you create the rule and de ne the condition, specify multiple items. For example, if you need a rule that processes messages based on four possible strings in the subject of the messages, click Speci c Words in the rule description area of the Rules Wizard, where you specify rule conditions. In the Search Text dialog box, enter the strings separately. As you can see in Figure 11-9, the search list includes the word or to indicate that the rule applies if any one of the words appears in the subject.
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