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Outlook: Turn On/Off Rules Remotely

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I have a server based Outloko system at work - I have a rule setup to forward emails to my blackberry - weh I want that I turn it on, when I don't, I turn it off. I was wondering if I could do that without logging into my email on my work PC.

For example, I'd like to send my work email an email with the subject line "TurnForwardingOff" and then have a rule on the outlook server see that specific subject line and then turn off the rule that forwards email to my blackberry. I'd like to do the opposite as well - send an email with the subject
"TurnForwardingOn" and then have the email forwarding rule turned back on.

Is there a way to do this? Is there any way to remotely turn rules on and off without logging into the email account on the server?

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