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Subject:Filtering in Outlook 98 From:pete swisher <PSwisher -at- QUARK -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 24 Jun 1999 13:20:19 -0600
My PC was recently upgraded to Outlook 98. Since then, my filtering rule for
this listserv no longer seems to work properly. When I tried to create a
rule which would automatically move messages from my Inbox to a client-side
folder, I received a message like: "cannot mix client and server rules, this
rule will only work when Outlook is running." With Outlook 97, all the
messages I received from this listserv would automatically move to the
Outlook folder I had created on my client. Now, the filter only works for
moving messages from my Inbox to another server folder. I have to manually
move the messages to a client folder.
Has anyone else experienced this problem with Outlook 98?
From: Doyle, Lindsay [mailto:lindsay -dot- doyle -at- FUNB -dot- COM]
Sent: Monday, June 07, 1999 9:02 AM
To: TECHWR-L -at- LISTSERV -dot- OKSTATE -dot- EDU
Subject: Filtering in Outlook - Thanks!
First Union Capital Markets Corp.
Thanks to everyone who responded to my question about
techwriter digest in MS Outlook. I have changed the Rules
so that it
filters on messages TO this list rather than FROM this list.
The real test
will come this afternoon when I receive the digest. Thanks
again for all
the rapid responses!!
Lindsay Randolph Doyle
First Union Capital Markets
Y2k Project Office
lindsay -dot- doyle -at- capmark -dot- funb -dot- com