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Re: Outlook

Hi Judith!

You are using "OUTLOOK".  You could download a copy of
"OUTLOOK EXPRESS" from the Microsoft website (free
with INTERNET EXPLORER), but to use "OUTLOOK", go
to TOOLS/RULES WIZARD and follow the HELP icon.

For example, make a "RULE" that states: "Move messages
sent from RIDECAMP to RIDECAMP folder".

The screen will say "Apply this rule after message arrives"

You type (without the quotes ("):
"move it to the RIDECAMP folder"

You may have to experiment a little so you get all messages
into the folders you want. The software must be able to recognize
something common to all messages for that folder (All messages
from RIDECAMP have "RC" in the SUBJECT.

You will type another rule from "Move messages based on content"
Apply this rule after the message arrives
with 'specific words' in the subject or body
move it to the 'specified' folder

The words between the " ' " marks  ("specific words" and "specified")
will be underlined and in color.
Replace them with what YOU want. I.e.
'specific words' will become 'RC'
'specified' will become 'RIDECAMP'

"BOOLEAN" algebra is a method of expressing logical steps using
"IF", "THEN", etc. For example: "IF SUBJECT contains 'RC" THEN
move to folder 'RIDECAMP'.  You will see that if you use OUTLOOK
EXPRESS, but Microsoft give you a simplified way to do it.

Is this any help?

John and Meshack (Vermont Equestrian Activities)
Secretary/Treasurer Vermont Arabian Horse Association

-----Original Message-----
From: Simms, Judith <>
Date: Tuesday, February 22, 2000 7:28 AM
Subject: RE: Outlook

>It says Microsoft Outlook. Doesn't say anything about Express or not.  It
>flips the screen too fast to find a version # when it starts.  Suggestions?
>WHAT kind of algebra?????
>-----Original Message-----
>From: JOHN AYERS []
>Sent: Monday, February 21, 2000 4:14 PM
>To: Simms, Judith
>Subject: Re:
>Are you using Microsoft "Outlook Express"?
>In all versions I have, INBOX ASSISTANT is under TOOLS on
>the MAIN menu.
>Other programs give you the equivalent in Boolean algebra
>to write in the logic I described.
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Simms, Judith <>
>To: '' <>
>Date: Monday, February 21, 2000 1:52 PM
>>I got your message to Amber about customizing email on Outlook and thought
>>WOW! I can get through my 300+ messages at work on Monday mornings now!
>>Alas, I made the folder and went to #2.  HELP. I can't find an inbox
>>assistant under tools (or anywhere else for that matter)  Now what????
>>Thanks for the help,
>>A computer illiterate

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