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Automatic forwarding in Outlook set up

  • Aug 13, 2020
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Received email in Outlook automatically, you need to do is create a rule. You can specify very specifically the conditions under which a Mail should be forwarded.

Set up auto-forwarding in Outlook

Mails in the Outlook 2013 automatically route, go through the following instructions step-by-step:
  1. Go to the Tab "Start".
  2. Now click at the top of the ribbon on the entry "rules".
  3. Select "rules and alerts to manage...".
  4. From the top right, select the account to which the rule is to be applied.
  5. Then click the left "New rule...".

As a rule, for the automatic forwarding of create

The rule for a forwarding set as follows:
  1. Under the section "a blank rule", click "rule on me received messages apply".
  2. Now you have fixed the criteria under which the message should be forwarded by you to determine, for example, a particular sender or subject. You want to simply forward all messages, choose any Option.
  3. In the next step, mark the Option "this is a Person/public group forward".
  4. Click in the lower pane, click the blue highlighted Text "a Person or public group".
  5. You can now select a contact or enter the appropriate E-Mail address in the field below "- > " and confirm with "OK".
  6. After that, you can specify which messages you want to exclude from the rule - for example, a particularly important message, or E-Mails with specific words in the Text.
  7. In the last step, it is recommended to leave the selected options as they are.
  8. The Whole is complete, click "Finish". Auto-forwarding is now set up.
The finished rule
This guide applies to Outlook 2013 and Windows 8 Pro, 64-Bit.


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