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Rules problem/Duplicate email


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chessermom

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Ok i am apart of a few yahoo groups. So i have Microsoft Outlook 2003 and went in and set it up. Well i have created individual folders for each group then added the email address to my contacts. Then i went in and created rules to when i receive messages from the groups they go to their designated folders. My problem is they go in the floders and my inbox. How can i get them to just go to the designated folder?
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Hi chessermom. Please bear with me while I try to gather additional information in order to assist you with this issue.

So i have Microsoft Outlook 2003 and went in and set it up.

What did you set up, your email account or the newsreader?

Then i went in and created rules to when i receive messages from the groups they go to their designated folders.

Please list the details of one of your rules, or open one rule for edit and take a screen print (use ALT+PrtScn to capture the active Window, paste it into Paint, save as JPG, then upload it to your reply).

My problem is they go in the floders and my inbox. How can i get them to just go to the designated folder?

Do you mean that email1 comes into your inbox, gets copied to the correct folder, and you end up with two email1 - one in your inbox and one in email1 folder?
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