How to delete a rule in Microsoft Outlook 2007 on Windows XP?
Want to delete a rule in Outlook, but are you scared of losing any important data? Don’t worry. You can do it in a very convenient manner by following our steps that are given below the content.
Outlook rules are an amazing organizing technique. They allow e-mails coming into the inbox to be filtered into destination folders that are specific to the e-mail.
For instance, you can set a rule to move all e-mails that contain the word ‘Associated Content’ in the subject or body to a particular folder. Or you can also set a rule to move all e-mails coming from your team leader to a specified folder.
However, at some point in time, you might feel the need to delete a rule in case it is no longer of any use. This is how you can delete a rule:
- Open Outlook 2007
- On the “Tools menu, click “Rules and Alerts
- On the “E-mail Rules tab, click the rule that you want to delete
- Click “Delete, and then click “Yes to confirm the deletion
- Click “OK to close the “Rules and Alerts dialog box
You would have never though that deleting a rule in Outlook can be so easy. Actually, it is very easy, you just need to follow the above-mentioned steps and you will be able to do it on your own. You can also simplify the process by watching our video solution. For a quick recap, click the play option in the window to watch the video.