If you are an Outlook user and you are using it in the default way, all your emails would be going in your Inbox. It is not a problem from  you using default inbox options until you start getting lots of emails daily.

If you are getting a lot of emails, let it be from anyone or for any purpose and you want to search for some specific email, it will take a long process.

So it’s better to organize your emails based on the sender, it will be all easy for you and the bonus part will be that all the email conversation from that person would be at the same place.

Once you follow these steps, all emails from a specific sender will go into his specific folder only and you just need to visit that folder for any updates from him or just checking the old conversations.

How to route Email from specific person into a specific folder

Let’s begin.

1. Login with your Hotmail/Outlook account and then find the setting options [Gear Icon]. Once you click on setting option, you will see more mail settings from its drop down menu.

How to move email from a specific sender to a folder in outlook

2. Look for “Rules for sorting new messages”. This option will be under the “Customize outlook option”.

How to move email from a specific sender to a folder

 3. After opening it create new rules for filtering and categorizing emails based on the sender. To do this click on New.

How to move email from a specific sender to a folder in outlook

Once you do this. A form will open up. Fill up the form with the desired options, and the way you want your messages to be filtered and categorized. Type the email address of the sender and then select move to new folder. This will automatically create a new folder and from next that that all the emails from that sender will be going to that folder you specified.

How to move email from a specific sender to a folder in outlook

Now you will see that all Email from abcd@gmail.com being sent in the folder MixSprouts instead of Inbox.

How to move email from a specific sender to a folder in outlook

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