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    Rule to forward appointments (Outlook 2000)

    I would like to create a server side rule that automatically forwards message that are appointments to another email address that I use for central calendaring. The client is Outlook 2000 and the server is Exchange 2000. I walked thru the wizard but couldn't find a way to tag only the messages that where meeting requests.

    Any help would be appreciated
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    Re: Rule to forward appointments (Outlook 2000)

    Try identifying the Appointment requests by the Form type, in the first dialog of the Rules Wizard. <!post=This post,544123>This post<!/post> shows the dialog in Outlook 2003, though it shows a different kind of Form; you need to select the Appointment Form. Also, it's often wise to include the "Stop processing more rules" element in the Rule , so you don't have multiple Rule interactions.
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    Re: Rule to forward appointments (Outlook 2000)

    For whatever reason I do not seem to have that option and will need another way to try and identify an appointment from the rest of my mail..
    Do you have any other suggestions?

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    Re: Rule to forward appointments (Outlook 2000)

    I don't have access to Outlook 2000 - I was sure this option was in Outlook 2000 though the menu and names may have changed. You might also look for an option where the form or message class used is IPM.Appointment. Perhaps another Lounger can help you.
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