I would like to create a rule in Outlook (2011 for Mac) to match on a empty subject line and return a message hinting that it would be better to include an informative subject line next time. (Yes, it is a try to use a technical solution for a social problem.)
I'm not able to add a rule with "Subject", "is" and then leave the text area empty. The "OK" button is disabled until I enter something there. If I enter a space the rule doesn't match incoming e-mails with empty subject lines.
I also tried matching a specific header "Subject" "does not exist". That didn't work either. Maybe because the Subject line is included but is just the empty string.
Is there a way to achieve this?