The best thing with Microsoft Outlook is that the users can create a rule in the application to suite their emailing requirements. For instance, if you want to forward an email from your Outlook application to another email application or webmail service, you can do so without any hindrance. All you would have to do is create a new rule for the operation. Outlook has a built-in rule option, which users can customize based on their emailing requirements. Well, if you have thought that creating a new rule in Microsoft Outlook would take indefinite span of time, you are certainly wrong. All it takes you is a couple of minutes and all you need to know is the following steps. If you want to avail real time assistance from an Outlook expert, contact the Outlook tech support.
- Open your Outlook application and navigate to the File menu.
- Select the option titled Manage Rules and Alerts.
- Locate and click on the tab titled Email Rules and select New Rule from the resulting options.
- Click the link that states Apply rule on messages I receive. The link can be found under the header Start from a blank rule.
- Following this, select the Next button to proceed.
- Outlook will now display a list of conditions that each rule would feature. For instance, if you want to forward an email from a particular person with a specific subject to a different email service or application, you need to specify the appropriate rule for it. If you do not want to specify so, select the rule that says Forward All.
- Following this, press the Next button to proceed.
- Select the box that says Forward to people or public group.
- Locate the blue button placed below Step 2 that says People or Public group and select it.
- Go to the To field and type the alternative email address to which you wish to forward the emails.
- Press OK followed by Finish.
- Again, Press OK to let the rule take effect and exit the window.