Outlook: Exporting Message Rules

How can I export my message rules to another computer running Outlook?

To export your rules, open the Rules Wizard; click Options, Export Rules; then provide the name of the .rwz file in which Outlook will save the rules. On the other machine, reverse the process to import the .rwz file. If you use a Personal Folders (.pst) file and the path to that file is in a different location on the other machine, you must update any rules that move or copy items to a specified folder. If you use Outlook 2002 with an Exchange mailbox, you don't need to export your rules at all. Outlook 2002 stores all rules in the mailbox—even client-side rules. Exporting to a .rwz file is still a good way to keep a backup of your rules.

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