You probably have at least one or two rules that run on your Outlook mailbox. You might move mail from a particular mailing list to a folder other than your Inbox or you might play a certain sound when your son emails you from school. You can create rules that run on public folders as well. Some examples of the types of rules you can create in a public folder are
Forward all messages posted to another email address
Delete message with specific text in the subject or message body
Move messages with attachments to a different folder
Reply to the sender of post or message with an acknowledgement of the submission
These are only a few of the types of rules you can create in a public folder. To configure rules in a public ...