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Filters

Filters are used to check if a message is to be processed with a rule or not. For each rule there is one group of filters which can have as many filter as you need or you can leave it empty and process all incoming messages by this rule. Filters are used one by one in the order of their listing.

The first element of any Filters group is the conditional statement - AND Filter or OR Filter. You can switch them by pressing wight mouse button

AND Filter -means that if a message fails to come through any filter, it will not be processed

OR Filter -means that if a message passes through any filter, it will be processed

p.s. In the case you use ACCOUNT filter and OR Filter condition - a message will be processed if it passes ACCOUNT filter and one other filter (if there are any)

To add filter Select 'Filters' and press right mouse button and select 'Add filter'

The wizard will show up

On the first page you can select what type of filter you want. The availble values are:

SUBJECT - Checks if the string in the message subject
FROM email -
Checks if the string in the senders email
FROM name -
Checks if the string in the senders name
TO name -
Checks if the string in the recipients name
TO email -
Checks if the string in the recipients email
BODY -
Checks if the string in the message body
HTMLBODY -
Checks if the string in the message HTML body
HEADER -
Checks if the string in the message header
SIZE -
Check if the message satsfies to the size condition
ACCOUNT -
Checks if the message is from the designated account

On the next page you can enter strings which you want to check in the message. You can enter the unlimited number of strings. If any string is found that means that filter passed successfully

Also there are 3 options there which will be executed for each string if you check them

Match whole string - filter is passed only if the whole string matches
Match case -
filter compares not only the string but also case
Start of line only -
to pass filter the string must be at start of a line