I noticed that sometimes when I create more than one Rule in Outlook for forwarding emails to specific folders, it happens to get one message to match the conditions of more than one rule, and I end up getting two or more copies of the same message (Reading one copy does not mark the others as read).
This is easy to fix…
we need to choose the filter with most accurate filter and …
Click “Next” to go second window in the editing wizard (Note: it’ll will still read Section 1, “Section 1 “Step 1: Select action(s)”)
Check “Stop processing ore rules”, and click “Finish”.
Note: Make sure you make the rule go up in the list to have higher priority:
How did I learn that?
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