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    Are there "jockers" for rules?

    I would like to make a rule and/or automatic formatting where every email arriving from a certain domain (i.e. @xxxx.com) will be handled/formatted, regardless of the specific sender from that domain. I could only make is work for specific users (i.e. aaaaa@xxxx.com.
    Thank you
    Anybody know of a trick so the rule can include everyone from the domain?

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    Re: Are there "jockers" for rules?

    are you in corp or internet only mode? see help > about if unsure.

    in corp, type in @company.com on the right side of the address book pane when creating the rule.

    in interent mode, you can't create it using address field, use look in header instead. that is only for ol2000 though.

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    Re: Are there "jockers" for rules?

    I am using OL2000 Corporate under Exchange Server 5.5.
    I have tried putting in @xxx.com as part of a rule and as part of automatic formatting. The automatic formatting worked, the rule didn't - so I'm sure it's just something I did wrong.
    Thank you. Your simple solution should have been obvious to me. As ususal, I tried to overcomplicate.

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