I have a custom domain email (myaddress(at)domain.com) forwarded to my Outlook.com account for which I wanted to create a rule that separates emails where that e-mail address is in the To field from other in the CC field. I am using Outlook from Office365 Home on my Mac to access this Outlook.com account (via EAS connection), but I checked the rules via the web UI and it's similar.
Outlook rules have this concept of "me" that I can't quite get; I don't know if it based on my actual name (as defined where?), my Outlook.com email or something different, so I can't relate this to what I'm looking for.
- Main Outlook.com account is something(at)live.com
- E-mail myaddress(at)domain.com is being forwarded to something(at)live.com
- Create rule to Move e-mail sent to myaddress(at)domain.com to folder A
- Create rule to Move e-mail CC'd to myaddress(at)domain.com to folder B
- Create rule to Move e-mail BCC'd to myaddress(at)domain.com to folder C
I have tried many different combinations but no working way of doing this reliably. BCC is not that important, but differentiating between mail sent directly to me or CC'd is. Can anyone comment on how to make this possible?