First, if you don't already have it handy, you'll need to get your forwarding address for your Ship.com account.
Open your Outlook Desktop App.
Click Rules in the middle of the Home toolbar
Click to "Create Rule..." If you cannot see the option to create a rule select the drop down arrow in the top right corner of the Home toolbar to see more options.
On the modal you'll want to click Advanced Options...
The Rules Wizard modal will open. For Step 1 select the condition "with specific words in the sender's address".
You will want to click the link "specific words" in Step 2 to make sure you are only forwarding emails from "email@example.com". You will need to "Add" this email address and then select "OK"
You will be back on the Rules Wizard.
Click Next to finish setting up your rule.
The Rules Wizard will now ask "What do you want to do with the message?" For Step 1 select "forward it to people or public group". On Step 2 you will need to click the link "people or public group" to make sure you are forwarding the email to your Ship.com Inbox.
Select Next to be directed to the next step. The Rules Wizard will ask if there are any exceptions. There will not be any exceptions so select "Next" again to take you to the Final rule setup page.
If you would like for Outlook to forward any of your current invoices into Ship.com make sure and select the option to "Run this rule now on messages already in "Inbox". Otherwise you should be good to go. Once you select "Finish" then Outlook will apply the filter to any incoming mail and your orders will automatically appear on your Orders dashboard!