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Hi everyone in this 365 ninja video, I'm going to teach you how to forward your mail from Outlook 2013 to any other email address. Technically, this is actually redirecting your mail via a rule. So, to set this rule, you'll start from your File tab. Make sure you have Info selected here and click Manage Rules and Alerts under the Email Rules tab. Here, click New Rule. We'll start from a blank rule and click Apply Rule on messages I receive. Now, click Next. In this window, just click 'Next' without selecting anything. You'll get this warning that says the rule will be applied to every message you receive, and we want to forward all of our mails, so click 'Yes'. In this window, click about halfway down 'Redirect it to people or public group'. Now, when that appears down in this lower window, click the link for 'people or public group'. Here's where you're going to enter the email address you'd like all of your mail redirected to. So, I'm taking all of my mail from Ninja at 365ninjacom and I'm redirecting it once it's received to Rachel at 365ninjacom. Click OK. Click Next. We don't have any exceptions to our rule, so click Next again. And now, you can specify a name for this rule. You see, by default, the name is just that email address I entered, so I can enter whatever rule name I want. We'll leave all of the rest of the settings the same and click Finish. Now, you can see the rule description. It's applied after a message arrives in my ninja in, and the rule is redirecting all of my mail to this alternate email address. Now, you'll click Apply and click OK. And that is the process for forwarding or redirecting your mail from Outlook...