How can i make a rule that runs all rules on inbox automatically preferably, or at least manually, after a bunch of new messages from another account were just pushed to it? I'll even do a batch into task scheduler if i have to. I'm desperate, so i'm willing to take a few steps.
So more specifically, I have some rules that take an outlook IMAP Gmail account, and
on this computer only
move it to the folder which goes to a PST inbox that is my master inbox. That's the only rule for that IMAP account. I now need all those extended rules, which are normally made for POP messages incoming fresh to the inbox normally, to process on them.
So how can i trigger all the rules to process on these fresh IMAP moves after that move is done? The rules are not sensing the move, since they are not fresh incoming messages (forwarding is out of the question, that messed up all rules as it is)
I think the least hops way is to just have it the way i do for the IMAP , which is in settings to 'not make a copy on the server' and to 'purge' after, then the sole IMAP account rule comes in play here
on this computer only... move to master inbox, as mentioned above. The problem comes after this, they stay in the master inbox, unprocessed.
Now i want them to auto-process(as if i manually went into outlook rules, ran all rules, select all, run on inbox only)