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Create an Outlook rule to sort an entire domain

Published on November 17, 2015 in DIY Corner

Outlook doesn’t support wildcards in rules, so you can’t use use a * or ? character for wildcards. Instead, just specify the string you want to match. For example, if you want to match anything with “nova” in the subject text, then any the following would cause the rule to fire:

novaitgroup
supernova

So if you want to create an outlook rule to sort an entire domain, you should use the entire domain without the @ symbol, “novaitgroup.com.au”

This will work when using the “with specific words in the recipient’s address” and “with specific words in the sender’s address” conditions.

The below example with work for the domain (person@realestate.com.au) and any emails sent from it.

Outlook_rules_domain

 

 
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