Run rules after Read in Outlook 2007

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Outlook 2007
Outlook 2007 message classification
Outlook folders
I would like to have Outlook 2007 move messages to specific folders AFTER they have been read. I know how to have them route to the various folders as they come into my inbox. However, I would like to have the messages stay in the inbox until I have read them.

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Outlook 2007

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Don’t think that an option as “automatic”. You may have to manually “run” the rule let’s say at noon and at 4 pm. The only option probably would be to utilize a 3rd party plug-in like “Incoming Mail Organizer Add-in” link: http://www.sperrysoftware.com/Outlook/Incoming-Mail-Organizer.asp

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  • Technochic
    This is not a rule option in Outlook, no.
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  • Prahtmas
    That was my thoughts... I just wanted to see if anyone had come across any loop-holes. Thanks!
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  • fperugini
    You can try using the Auto-Mate Outlook add-in by Pergenex Software. It has the ability to create rules that run in the background once per hour, or at a particular time of day.
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