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    Can a wildcard ne used for setting a rule in Outlook?

    I wondered if it is possible to set up a wild card for use in a rule in Outlook 2007. I want to set up a rule so that if anything from @email.co.uk goes to a folder in my inbox. I could have several emaisl coming in from @email.co.uk but is it possible to set up a wildcard for this? ie; *.@email.co.uk


    Can this be done?

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    Re: Can a wildcard ne used for setting a rule in Outlook?

    In outlokk 2003 to do this you would:

    Tools -> Options -> Preferences (tab) -> Junk Email (button) -> Blocked Senders (tab) -> Add (button)

    Then simply add @domain.ext

    this will block all email coming in from that domain and send it to the junk folder, you could then check the "Permanently delete suspected junk e-mail instead of moving it to the junk email folder" on the options tab to delete the email outright.

    I would assume this would not be that different on 2007 although I don't have this at home I do in the office.

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