Rule to copy categorized element to another folder

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Hello everyone,

I would like to create a rule that copy the element with the orange flag/category to another folder (*TO DO* folder).

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Any suggestion?

Thank you very much!

1 Reply

Hi @SaraBRUNOFRANCO, there is no such rule, as far as I know.

You have to create a VBA macro or (better) an Outlook add-in to do that.