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 To let Outlook handle emails automatically,​ rules are used. In a rule you define the conditions that an email must meet to be handled by the rule and a set of actions that should be applied to the email.\\ To let Outlook handle emails automatically,​ rules are used. In a rule you define the conditions that an email must meet to be handled by the rule and a set of actions that should be applied to the email.\\
 In order to define the automatic filters for the e-mail as precisely as possible, the Rule Wizard is used. The predefined conditions and actions can be easily selected in it. To call the Rule Wizard select from the Start ribbon (menu) at the category **Move**, option **Rule**->​ **Create rule...**. In order to define the automatic filters for the e-mail as precisely as possible, the Rule Wizard is used. The predefined conditions and actions can be easily selected in it. To call the Rule Wizard select from the Start ribbon (menu) at the category **Move**, option **Rule**->​ **Create rule...**.
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 The following describes **automatic moving**. However, you can also **delete**, **forward** or **categorize** emails automatically in a similar way.  The following describes **automatic moving**. However, you can also **delete**, **forward** or **categorize** emails automatically in a similar way.