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Subject: Re: Automatically Forward Email from Outlook? Date: 12/6/2002 4:10 PM
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This is from Outlook XP

1. Tools.rules wizard... menu
2. Press (New...)
3. Select () Start from a blank rule.
4. Leave "Check messages when they arrive" selected and press (Next >)
5. check [] "received in a specific date span"
6. Fill in the datespan in the bottom pane by clicking on the link and enter the day range. If you want to do this forever set the date for something like 10 years from now.
7. Press (Next >)
8. Select forward or redirect. Your choice. You can figure out what they are by clicking on the "?" in the upper right corner and then clicking the item you want to know about with the mouse cursor.

You'll need to leave your computer with output running to process the incoming messages.

At this point you're on your own.

Paul
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