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Create an Email Rule

2017

Create an Email Rule  

A rule can be quickly created from any email message.
The advantage of this method is that rules are suggested based on the message sender, the message recipients, or the subject.

 

1. Log into the College web page (mymccc.mc3.edu)  
2. Click on the Email button on the Portal Page  
3. Click on the email message you want to use to set up the rule  

4. Click the three dots at the top of the screen

5. Click Create Rule…

 

6. Give the Rule a Name

7. Select the conditions (or delete conditions) based on your preferences

  • It was received From…
  • and it was sent to…
  • and it includes, these words in the subject…

NOTE: You can add conditions

8. Under Do all of the following, leave the default option of “Move the message to folder…”

9. Click an existing folder or right click to create a new folder to store the messages.

10. Click OK

11. Add any actions or exceptions (optional)

12. When finished, click OK at the top to save your rule.

 
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