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How to set an Outlook rule to find emails where you are the ONLY one on the TO: line. There are rule options for determining if email was sent ONLY to you, but I need to identify where my email address is the ONLY one on the "TO:" line but there may be others who where copied on the "CC:" line. There is a way to HIGHLIGHT these, but I need to be able to identify and MOVE them to another folder for quick access.

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Is this something you're just going to do periodically, or something you want to apply to each email as it comes in? You could create a new view with a filter on "Where I am: the only person on the To line" and periodically go to that view, select all, and drag to the folder. – trpt4him Nov 29 '12 at 20:46
Apply this rule after the message arrives
where my name is in the To box
move it to the [whatever] folder
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This would trigger also if his address is among several recipients in the To-field. – poplitea Nov 29 '12 at 18:38

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