Outlook 2007 “Not Equal” Rules Conditions

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Using Mail Rules in Outlook 2007, how do I specify a "not equal" condition. For example, I want the rule to apply to Messages TO a Person and NOT FROM another specific person?

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Windows XP, Outlook 2007
ASKED: September 1, 2011  1:13 PM
UPDATED: March 31, 2012  5:13 PM

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You can add exceptions to the rule. Start with a blank rule and after you have added the conditions add exceptions next.

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  • Tchin
    The general rule is to move apply the rule after the message arrives from ____ and move it to specified folder. That should be sufficient enough. You do not need to add a not equal rule. If that does work, create a rule by clicking "with specific words in the senders address".
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