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How to set up Auto forwarding in Outlook 2013

Set up Auto forwarding in Outlook 2013

Set up Auto forwarding in Outlook 2013

By using POP or an IMAP account you don't have access to the automatic replies feature means out of office feature. But if you leave Outlook running when you are away, then you can use rules to reply to your email messages automatically. These rules also allow you to forward emails to another account, mark messages as read, or move them to a folder automatically. By default, you cannot use rules with Microsoft Exchange Server accounts starting with Exchange Server 2010 to forward messages to email addresses outside your organization. With this setting your confidential and private organizational information is prevented from being disclosed. Only an Exchange administrator can change this setting.

Steps to set up auto forwarding in Outlook 2013

If you use a POP or IMAP account, then you can use the below steps to set up auto forwarding to all incoming emails with a message stating that you're out of the office.

Step 1:- In Outlook 2013, select the File tab.

Step 2:- After that select Manage Rules & Alerts.

Step 3:- Now in the Rules and Alerts dialog box, on the E-mail Rules tab, click New Rule.

Step 4:- Click Apply rule on messages I receive under start from a blank rule and then click Next.

Step 5:- Now to reply to every email message you receive, you can leave the Step 1 and Step 2 boxes unchanged and click Next again. 

Step 6:- Under What do you want to do with the message, in Step 1 you can select either of the following:

    (a) Forward it to people or public group

    (b) Redirect it to people or a public group

Step 7:- Now, under Step 2 edit the rule description, click the underlined text for people or public group, specify the people or public group you want to forward messages to, and then click Next.

Step 8:- Under Step 1 you can select any exceptions that you want.

Step 9:- Under Step 2 you can edit the rule description, click each piece of underlined text, specify values, and then click Next.

Step 10:- Again under Step 1 you can specify a name for this rule by entering a name.

Step 11:- And under Step you can setup rule options, check the boxes for the options that you want.

    (a) Check the Run this rule now on messages already in “Inbox" box if you want to run this rule on messages that already are in the Inbox,

    (b) The new rule is turned on by default. So, if you want to turn it off then uncheck the Turn on this rule box.

    (c) Now in order to apply this rule to all email accounts set up in Outlook, you need to check the Create this rule on all accounts box.

Step 12:- Click Finish to complete the process.

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