Outlook 2003: Rule to tag an email to a Contact record

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Hi there This one might be a long shot but is it possible to create a Rule to tag a particular email (eg with certain words in the Subject) to a person in my Contacts and file it into a particular folder (ie 2 actions)? I am a fan of the Activities tab's various views in Contacts and aware that it's poss to tag certain emails to a person's record by opening the email in qn, and going View, Options, Contacts etc. So basically wanting to automate this. Would something under Perform a Custom action achieve this? If this is the case no options are avail to me under the Select Custom Action box so would this be an add in? Thanks so much :)
ASKED: May 21, 2009  3:07 AM
UPDATED: December 9, 2010  6:12 PM

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Unfortunately the rules in Outlook aren’t sophisticated enough to acheive this goal and I don’t know of any rules add-in applications.

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