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How to create inbox rule in…What it is?
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Here is a quick share on how to enable Email Rule on
Sign in to your account on login Page
Click on the setting icon on the top right corner of the inbox->option and select More mail Settings

Inbox options\settings

To create a custom email fitter click on the option: Rules for sorting new messages

Inbox-->Options-->Rules for sorting new mails

Next you can see the rule customization option; here you can create a new Rule, Modify or Delete an Existing rule as per your requirement

Create a new Inbox rule

Note: The rule created here will not be applied for any Instant Message or Text Message


Rules for sorting new messages
To organize your incoming email by applying following rule based on the options
  • Sender’s address
  • Sender’s name
  • To or cc line
  • Subject
  • Message attachment
And based on the following conditions
  • is
  • contains
  • contains Word
  • does not contains
  • begins with
  • ends with


organize your incoming email by applying this rules

Depending upon the criteria you select, we can achieve following

  • Move incoming message to chosen folders: inbox, junk, draft, sent, others
  • Delete the message without being moved to deleted items
  • Assign designate categories
  • Remove category from email
  • Flag you email
  • Forward to any other email address


In the end don’t forget to click onSave Option
Mohammed Yusuf
An IT System Administrator and Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) with 10+ years of experience, has good ability to solve tech issues of various platforms, apart from that he is a passionate blogger and love to write on varied topics of technology.

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