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    I have two users using Outlook 2003. Rules were created on one PC that are very basic:
    When message arrives through given account
    with clientname in subject or body
    move copy to clientfolder
    and stop processing

    When the rule is exported from one PC and imported on another PC with the same IMAP account, the rule appears as expected. However when you apply the rules the given account name and the clientfolder disappears from the rules. The clientname remains. The rule thus throws an error, not having two of the three portions necessary.

    Any suggestions?

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    [quote name='Richard Ingram' post='787958' date='07-Aug-2009 13:53']I have two users using Outlook 2003. Rules were created on one PC that are very basic:
    When message arrives through given account
    with clientname in subject or body
    move copy to clientfolder
    and stop processing

    When the rule is exported from one PC and imported on another PC with the same IMAP account, the rule appears as expected. However when you apply the rules the given account name and the clientfolder disappears from the rules. The clientname remains. The rule thus throws an error, not having two of the three portions necessary.

    Any suggestions?[/quote]

    You'll need to re-create the message from scratch. Even though the external identification of the account is the same the internal identification assigned by Outlook when the account is created is different.

    Joe
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    [quote name='joeperez' post='787964' date='07-Aug-2009 14:08']You'll need to re-create the message from scratch. Even though the external identification of the account is the same the internal identification assigned by Outlook when the account is created is different.

    Joe[/quote]

    So, in otherwords, you cannot share this rule between 2 PC's?

    Richard

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    [quote name='Richard Ingram' post='787987' date='07-Aug-2009 15:40']So, in otherwords, you cannot share this rule between 2 PC's?[/quote]

    Only if re-creating it counts.

    Sorry.

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