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Wednesday, April 18, 2018

Rule Order Matters [in Outlook] [I wish]

The Three Most Important Outlook Rules for Processing Mail - Scott Hanselman: "rule order matters"

'via Blog this'

Yeah, ruke order matters.

Unfortunately, Outlook does not reliably process rules in order.

Not if some are server and some are not server rules

And if your machine is not always connected to the server - e.g. if mobile, or at home but net is unreliable.


For many years, many of the most useful rules - eg rules that handled Internet, as opposed tgo MS Exchange, addresses were client-side rules.

I have not checked where MS draws the line nowadays, but I have been burnt badly by MS inconsistency in rule order.

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