On my work laptop, I have several rules set up to move certain emails to specific folders as they arrive in my inbox (ELMAH errors from our ASP.NET web app if you want to know). I am assuming these rules are all saved on the Exchange server because I can browse synced folders through Outlook on my Windows 7 phone and see that they've been moved to the proper folders.
I used to be notified by my phone of all incoming emails even if a rule moved them to another folder so long as I've synced that folder. A few months ago, however, it stopped notifying me of all emails unless the email went to my inbox. If a rule moves the email to another synced folder, the only way I know about it is if I periodically check the folders manually to see if they contain any new emails.
This is bad since I need to be notified of application errors on my phone as they come in. I do not want to disable the rule and have these emails go to my inbox because I do not want them going there. Can anyone explain why this has only recently happened, why it worked before and why it doesn't work now? How can I fix it?