How to rename a rule in Microsoft Outlook 2007 on Windows XP?
You may come across a situation when you may notice that some of your rules are disabled and cannot be enabled after upgrading to Microsoft Office Outlook 2007. You may come across several errors due to it and may need to rename that rule in Outlook 2007 on your Windows XP-based, but how?
Now, what is a rule in MS Outlook? A rule is an action that Microsoft Outlook takes automatically on an arriving or sent messages. That action should meet the conditions specified by you in the rule. Most importantly you need to keep in mind that rules are only applicable to the unread messages.
By properly using rules, your inbox becomes merely a destination for low priority e-mail, which brings down your time spent in sorting through these emails to zero. It is so because all important messages have been properly delivered to their own folders.
Now, how to rename a rule in Outlook 2007 on your PC? See how you can:
- Open Microsoft Outlook 2007.
- On the “Tools menu, click “Rules and Alerts.
- On the “E-mail Rules tab, click the rule that you want to rename.
- In the “Change Rule list, click “Rename Rule.
- Type a new, shorter name for the rule, and then click “OK.
- Click “OK to close the “Rules and Alerts dialog box.
Don’t you think that the above-mentioned steps were short and easy to apply? See, how easy it is to rename a rule in Outlook 2007 on your Windows XP-based PC. We have also uploaded a video solution for you. If you face any sort of difficulty in understanding the above-mentioned steps, you can certainly click the play option in the window and watch the video.