Create Outlook 2003 Rule using 'Or' operator in 'Sent to' condition

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How do I create a rule that uses the 'or' operator in the 'sent to'

condition? I actually have a rule like this, but don't know how I

created it. In other rules, when I try to add more that one email

address or group in 'sent to,' Outlook inserts the 'and' operator.
 
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Roady [MVP]

What is the exact rule in full?

In general you'd create additional rules but it depends a bit on the

condition or action that you are using.

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> How do I create a rule that uses the 'or' operator in the 'sent to'
> condition? I actually have a rule like this, but don't know how I
> created it. In other rules, when I try to add more that one email
> address or group in 'sent to,' Outlook inserts the 'and' operator.
 
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Marcos Freitas

Re: Create Outlook 2003 Rule using 'Or' operator in 'Sent to' cond

I also have the same problem!!! For example I want to move a message to a

folder if the sender is "firstsender@email1.com" OR "@email2.com".

How can I do it?

Yours,

Marcos

"Roady [MVP]" wrote:


> What is the exact rule in full?
> In general you'd create additional rules but it depends a bit on the
> condition or action that you are using.

> >

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> "rprgrmr" <rpkspam-google@yahoo.com> wrote in message
> news:aa02b401-4d6d-4d64-8d33-61c45c0a2858@k4g2000yqb.googlegroups.com...
> > How do I create a rule that uses the 'or' operator in the 'sent to'
> > condition? I actually have a rule like this, but don't know how I
> > created it. In other rules, when I try to add more that one email
> > address or group in 'sent to,' Outlook inserts the 'and' operator.


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Brian Tillman

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Re: Create Outlook 2003 Rule using 'Or' operator in 'Sent to' cond

"Marcos Freitas" <Marcos Freitas> wrote in message

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> I also have the same problem!!! For example I want to move a message to a
> folder if the sender is "firstsender@email1.com" OR "@email2.com".

> How can I do it?


Tools>Rules and Alerts>New Rule>Start from a blank rule>Next. Choose "with

specific words in the sender's address". In the Step 2 pane, click "specific

words". Enter firstsender@email1.com and click Add. Enter "@email2.com" and

click Add. Click OK. Click Next. Select "move it to the specified folder"

and "stop processing more rules". In the "Step 2" pane, click "specified",

select the folder, and click OK. Click Next, then Next again. Give your rule

a name and click Finish. See? Not so hard.

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