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I need a folder where my incoming mail will automatically go to a specific mailbox. Like for bills, can I make a mailbox where emails from my credit card, phone company, utility company will just go straight there? Thanks.
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One way is to create the mail boxes you want and then use "rules" in mail to send those specific emails to the subject mailboxes you desire. Another way is to create "Smart Mailboxes" but this doesn't always work right. The rules method works best.
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I tried the Smart Mailbox but If I do the "From" option then add like 3 email addresses, it won't work. Does it only work with one email address?
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Did you read further on in my reply? I said the Smart Mailboxes don't always work right - try the rules method as suggested. Let us know if you need any more help.
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