TECH SOFTWARE: OUTLOOK

Does anyone know how to work with Look Out (aka Outlook2003sp2) rule in any other way than the cruddy microsnooze user interface?

For example, when junk gets caught by LookOut or spam gets caught by CloudMark and I say “It’s OK”, they put it back in the inbox. Well my inbox is empty by design. I have rules that sort my inbound mail extensively. For example, if it’s coming from a known address, or to certain secret addresses, or has a secret word in the subject line, it gets sorted automagically to a specific folder. It allows me to allocate my time in priority order. But, when LookOut or Cloudmark just drop in the INBOX folder, the rules never execute against it. Argh! Help?

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