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    Inbox Rule to Move Appointment

    Outlook 2000 SR1 Corporate or Workgroup Security Update

    On the Slipstick.com website I read about a do-it-yourself method to publish appointments to a group calendar and have them automatically entered on your personal calendar using Folder Assistants and an Inbox Rule. <A target="_blank" HREF=http://www.slipstick.com/calendar/scheduleall.htm>Do-It-Yourself Method</A>

    I understand everything but how to make an Inbox Rule to move incoming items using the Appointment form to my personal Calendar folder. That does not appear to be an option through the Rules Wizard.

    Thanks for any advice!
    egghead

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    Re: Inbox Rule to Move Appointment

    if you are using echange server, the public folder with have an administration tab - the rules sue is talking of are accessed from that tab.

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    Re: Inbox Rule to Move Appointment

    the second part of the rule she mentions is you need a rule that says "if appointment form is used, move to calendar folder"

    i don't know if all versions of outlook have it or not - it reads some thing like "uses the <form name> form" - but ol2000 should have that rule.

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    Re: Inbox Rule to Move Appointment

    I ended up finding it. It's under "Check Messages When They Arrive" in the Tools Wizard.

    Thank you, Mary J!
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