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Old 09-28-2011, 12:39 AM
kapucino kapucino is offline Automaticaly marking specific domains recipients in TO filed Windows Vista Automaticaly marking specific domains recipients in TO filed Office 2007
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If I recive a mail with huge number of recepients ( for instance oveer 1000) is there a way to mark those of them from specific domain ( maybe my coworkers)????



Thanks for your suggestions!

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Old 10-04-2011, 12:07 AM
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To better assist you, what would you like to mark this message as and what would you like to do with it?

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Old 10-04-2011, 12:27 AM
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To better assist you, what would you like to mark this message as and what would you like to do with it?

Bes tRegards,
Actually just visually marking (such as coloring, bold formatting) them would be enough. The aim is to quickly distinguish among couple of hundreds addresses which of them belong to my domain.

One way would be via VBA:
- that will export To field to CSV file,
- import it into excel,
- mark it using conditional formatting,
- sort it by color and present it to user.


I wonder if there si shorter quicker, solution within Outlook 2010.


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Old 10-23-2011, 09:59 PM
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Using rules, it would be possible to filter an inbound email using the domain of an address, apply to category, move it to a specific folder.

When setting up this type of rule, be aware you are limited to specific words that will be found in the address field of a message. In this case your domain friend@yourdomain.com.

- When Message arrives > with specific words in the senders address > Assign it to a category > Move it to specific folder.

This method should help you organize mass emails better.

Creating rules.

Setting up a category
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