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I would like to create a rule that moves anything with the words SUCCESS * BenchmarkResults, where the * indicates a wildcard to a specific folder. We have multiple systems that will be put in place of the *.

We have emails that will return WARNING * BenchmarkResults that I don't want the rule applied to.

I know I can create a separate rule for each of our systems, but I want this rule to be dynamic where I can add new benchmark emails without creating a new rule.

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You can write nested rules to accomplish what you are doing. Have a rule on the Subject, and another rule on Subject or Body.

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From using wild card characters in outlook rules, Sue Mosher (author of Microsoft Outlook 2007 Programming: Jumpstart for Power Users and Administrators) says, "Outlook does not support wild card characters in rules.".

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