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Microsoft Outlook 2013 Inside Out by Jim Boyce

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Chapter 11. Using Rules, Alerts, and Automatic Responses

Understanding message rules

Creating and using rules

Controlling rules

Sharing rules with others

Backing up and restoring rules

Using rules to move messages between accounts

Running rules manually and in specific folders

Creating and using Quick Steps

Creating automatic responses with Automatic Replies (Out of Office)

Creating automatic responses with custom rules

Creating mobile alerts

IF you receive a lot of messages, you might want to have the messages analyzed as they come in, to perform actions on them before you read them. For example, you can have all messages from a specific account sent to a specific folder. Perhaps you want messages that come from specific senders to be assigned high priority. ...

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