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Microsoft® Office Outlook® 2007 Inside Out by Doug Sheresh, Beth Sheresh, Jim Boyce

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Creating and Using Rules

In Outlook 2007, you can create either client-side or server-side rules. Outlook 2007 stores client-side rules locally on your computer and uses them to process messages that come to your local folders, although you also can use client-side rules to process messages on computers running Exchange Server. A client-side rule is needed when you’re moving messages to a local folder instead of to a folder on the computer running Exchange Server. For example, if messages from a specific sender that arrive in your Exchange Server Inbox must be moved to one of your personal folders, the rule must function as a client-side rule, because the computer running Exchange Server is not able to access your personal folders.

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