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By galahad04 ·
Is there any way, using the Outlook 2000 Rules Wizard, to tell the wizard to delete all e-mail sent by individuals who are *not* listed in the recipient's Contacts folder?

If so, could you please list the details step-by-step to tell the Rules Wizard how to do this? Thanks

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by DKlippert In reply to Outlook Riles Question

The second step in using the Rules Wizard includes the Rule "Sender is in specified Address book". You can send the messages to the Delete folder.

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by galahad04 In reply to Outlook Riles Question

Couldn't locate the option you mentioned to select in the Rules Wizard. Thanks anyway though

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by galahad04 In reply to Outlook Riles Question

DKlippert -- could you please specify the specific steps you took in the wizard to be able to select the option "Sender is in specified Address book"?

The reason I ask is because I do not seem to be able to locate this option from the wizard.

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by RichTee In reply to Outlook Riles Question

To do this sounds a little dangerous and unforgiving but here it is:

Launch the Wizard | New | select ?Check messages when they arrive? | Next | Next | pop up message box ? select Yes | Select ?Delete it? | Select ?except if from people or distribution list? | in lower panel click on ?people or distribution list? and select the list or people what you want | Next | Name it ?Dangerous? or whatever you want | close Wizard

Good Luck
Rich

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by galahad04 In reply to Outlook Riles Question

Thanks very much for the helpful tip! I really appreciate this as it will make it easier to eliminate all the e-mail spam I receive all the time.

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by galahad04 In reply to Outlook Riles Question

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