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Windows 7: outlook create rule by right dragging to folder


06 Sep 2010   #1

windows 7 64 bit
 
 
outlook create rule by right dragging to folder

I have so much confidence in microsofts eagerness to innovate (why else buy a new office version every time) that I am amazed that this potential functionality has escaped them.
When you want to create a rule for instance to have all your mail from sales@company.com dumped in the "company" folder you have to go through all these steps. Why not have a user drag the mail to the folder with the right mouse button and have a popup menu say "Create a rule to move everything from sales@company.com to company"
Automating the organisation of your inbox becomes as easy as organising it.
Or is it already possible by some ctrl-shift drag thing that I missed?

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