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RE: Pilot: Schizophrenia!
I've used Outlook since its beta days (pre-Outlook 97). Several others
I know also use it religiously. We all utilitize the Rules Wizard and
have never had any problems except for the ones we caused ourselves
(like deleting destination folders). I have it filtering all my regular
mail by moving it to other folders, and it moves it, not copies it,
without a hitch. For Outlook 97 users, there is an update on
Microsoft's website for the Rules Wizard.
From: Richard Hartman [mailto:hartman@xxxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Tuesday, September 08, 1998 3:00 PM
To: 'Robert P. Spiker'
Subject: RE: Pilot: Schizophrenia!
A real annoyance, that rule wizard. I think
that "copy to folder" should leave the original
subject to further rules, but "move to folder"
should do just that. Move it away and be done
I have to have two rules for every filter because
of this ... one to move it, and another to delete
it so I don't still have a copy in the Inbox!
(And this is in Outlook '97, not '98)
-Richard M. Hartman
186,000 mi./sec ... not just a good idea, it's the LAW!
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Robert P. Spiker
> Are you using Outlook 98 with the Rule Wizard? If
yes, there's your
> The Rule Wizard changed from Outlook 97 to Outlook 98.
> example, if you
> have a rule that looks for Pilot and another rule that
> for ultraviolet
> and both rules send the mail to the Pilot folder, you
> get two copies of
> the mail.
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