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How to use Outlook rules to easily organize your inbox

Don't let your inbox become a cluttered mess. Let Outlook help you rule the inbox instead. To be an effective communicator, you need to be an effective organizer. The same applies to your Outlook folders. A disorganized inbox inhibits your ability to communicate and collaborate. Here's how to create rules for messages and organize your inbox. ...
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