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You trying to automatically hyperlink to bugs in your bug/defects tracking application? Easiest thing to do would be to modify the software sending the email to create the hyperlinks itself... If you still want to do it manually, here's a quick guide I hacked together that seems to work (tested VERY lightly, but it does nominally do what it's designed to ...


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Does your MS-Exchange server provide web-based access to your eMail? If so, try logging into that and creating the rule there (and then it will have to be server-side).


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Being marked as "read" is a client side action not a server action. When you opened the message on your phone it (the client) read it and then told the server to mark it as read.


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To search for the cells containing the wildcard character (*), use a tilde before it inside the search box: ~* Now Excel will show you only the cells that contain the wildcard character (*).


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When you are listed as optional in a meeting request, the message comes in with you in the CC field (required attendees are in the TO field). You can set a rule with this description: Apple this rule after the message arrives where my name is in the Cc box and which is a meeting invitation or update assign it to the < whatever > category


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Remarkably, the Outlook Rules Wizard does not support OR'ing in the way you've described. You can create two separate rules to get the same result, if you don't mind a proliferation of rules. The only other alternative is to create a custom rule in VBA script, but it is not a trivial task by any means -- I wouldn't recommend it. (If you are interested, you ...


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If you have the destination folder in Personal Folders, it would be in your pst file(located in PC) and the rule will become client-only. But if you place the destination folder in inbox, the folder will be in your Exchange and the server will process your rules.


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If your email address is not in the To, CC or BCC fields, then the message came to you via a distribution list. So, you can create a Rule in Outlook that moves everthing to a folder except stuff addressed directly to you. So, click the Tools menu > Rules and Alerts > New Rule button > leave the Condition panel empty and click Next > Click Yes to the "all ...


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Ok after some more research I found the way to achieve my goal. There seems to be now way to create a rule that accomplish this however there's a setting the achieves the declination (but not the custom message) Opene the file menu choose options choose calendar press resource scheduling (all the way at the buttom) tick "automatically accept meeting ...


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Open word Type out a fake sentence This is a test to see if WORD changes to blue Highlight "WORD" and then change its color to blue. Then click on File -> Options -> Proofing -> AutoCorrect Options... -> AutoCorrect Tab Under Replace text as you type make sure the word you highlighted is in the right column. Make sure you have Formatted Text selected. ...


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You can create a macro to run your rules, then add a button to call the macro. Have a look at this guide: How to run Outlook 2007/2010 Rules from a button


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I'm just going to paste my excerpts here. These are confirmed working as of 3.4.10+. ... 62 -- {{{ Tags 63 -- Define a tag table which will hold all screen tags. 64 tags = { ...


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Highlight an existing e-mail you want the rule to be based on (one with the subject you want the rule about), then click "Rules" on the "Home" tab. Click Create rule>Advanced, and you should see the option to check subject with your existing subject already added (the second one down in the screenshot). P.S. You can also edit the text by checking the ...


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This is a bit speculative but I suggest retrying what you say you did: {class = "firefox"} and properties = { tag = tags[1][2] } but capitalize the first letter of firefox. It matters.


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To add a simple exception like that, generally: Select the Match all option. Use negative logic for the exception condition(s) -- "is not", "doesn't contain", etc. Like so: (Click for slightly larger)


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This is exactly what I need. I see companies use salesforce to sort out case numbers messages. Looks like people have written outlook macros for this very function. http://joelslowik.blogspot.com/2011/04/sort-emails-in-outlook-using-macro-and.html


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Fiddle around the HTMLBody property. You want a rule that runs a script to do something like: Public Sub RemoveFont (email as MailItem) email.HTMLBody = Replace (email.HTMLBody, "Comic Sans MS", "Calibri") End Sub That might be a bit too simplistic depending on the complexity of the emails, but the general gist is about right, I think.


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I don't have a Notes client installed on my current machine, but I was a Notes developer for many years. As an end user, there's no way to automatically bcc, but you can use simple agents to send new records in your Sent folder on a schedule (i.e. once a day.) Here are pretty specific instructions from Notes Help that should work in Notes versions 5-7.x; if ...


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I don't have Outlook to hand but does adding "On this machine only" to the rule not have the desired effect?


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If you are using Outlook 2003, click the "Tools" menu and then "Rules and Alerts". There will be options for you to change or removed rules you have created. If you are using Outlook 2010, there is a Rules icon on the Home ribbon. Clicking it will give you an option for "Manage Rules and Alerts".


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I found a very useful script that creates rules dynamically for specific hosts in this blog. The script needs to be run with cron, so it can lookup a hostname and add/delete rules in case the IP changed. #!/bin/bash HOSTS_ALLOW=/etc/ufw-dynamic-hosts.allow IPS_ALLOW=/var/tmp/ufw-dynamic-ips.allow add_rule() { local proto=$1 local port=$2 local ...


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The first thing that came to my mind is a firewall. You could make firewall rules on Machine C that don't allow any TCP connections to or from 192.168.x.x (or whatever your local LAN is configured to use) but allow other outgoing connections. You would need to specifically allow connections to your router though. Of course you'd need to be able to lock ...


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You need to put machine C into its own network range. It is the best way to isolte the machine and protect your other machines that live on thier own IP range. The only problem is that you might need an extra router with DHCP and WAN port or a switch that support NAT. Possibly manually configuring PC C will also work. Essentially creating two networks. ...


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This turned out to be much easier than I thought: Under Junk Email Options > Options, select "Safe Lists Only". Under Junk Email Options > Safe Senders, check "Also trust e-mail from my Contacts" and "Automatically add people I e-mail to the Safe Senders List.


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You have asked a very open question here, but (and I'll let you decide which is a pro or con): Rules on the server may affect all devices which connect to the email client (pop3 and imap depending etc), such as multiple desktops, mobile phones, tablets etc. Servers are typically always on so rules occur at 'real' time. Less likely for local users ...


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Unfortunately, Outlook doesn't allow anything but OR, but I did find a workaround using categories you can try. Using AND operators in rules It's not written specifically for message headers, rather for message body, but should work the same since the rule is using a text search.


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I managed to work around the issue by targeting the windows role instead of the name. I also made the rules more succinct by using rule_any for the identical browser rules. awful.rules.rules = { { rule = { }, properties = { border_width = beautiful.border_width, border_color = beautiful.border_normal, ...


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I assume you've created a new calender by opening up Calender and selecting Folder -> new calender. Then, in Outlooks rules and alerts, select the option 'which is a meeting invitation or update' and move it to your 'other' calender's folder. You may also have to add another rule about the subject including the word 'tentative' but this should do the trick. ...


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In the US, you aren't 'required' to put any notice. However, any legitimate web site will put how they store and use cookies in their Privacy Policy.


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There is no technical requirement that would require this type of banner to be displayed. The only requirements that might drive this type of UI decision are: Legal requirements, such as when a website is hosted in a certain jurisdiction, as you said. Ethical decisions by the company: the company may decide, even if they are not strictly required to notify ...



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