Inbox rules allow you to control how the mail coming into your inbox is sorted. With an inbox rule, you can send emails to designated folders, forward messages to others automatically and more. Inbox rules are an incredible tool to organize your inbox as you receive mail and this tutorial will explain how to use them effectively.
Why use an inbox rule?
Inbox rules are useful for students, staff and faculty as they can help improve inbox organization and encourage better cybersecurity habits.
They provide users with the ability to sort mail as it enters an inbox. For example, a student may wish to have all mail sent to ‘students’ sorted into a designated folder to ensure they never miss announcements from the university.
They also facilitate better security practices by giving users the ability to quickly identify potentially suspicious mail.