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WorldClient Filters - Complex Rules

Need the ability to make complex rules for sorting e-mail messages. In particular combining criteria with boolean operators (AND, OR) when filtering a message. I'd say if we can have similar functionality to what is available in the Content Filter.

Specific use cases are that I have users that are filtering messages into IMAP folders using their IMAP Client, but they also use WC. Their IMAP Clients are turned off when they're travelling, and it doesn't make for easy e-mail management on the go.

Thanks!

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      • Staffan Palm commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        I agree this would be much appeciated.

        IF from a particular sender
        AND NOT contain the keyword I am interested in
        DO move to trash

        A part of the solution could be if filter can be applied to a specific folder.
        Then I could put several filters in serial/parallel...

      • Robert commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Any updates here? We would need multiple conditions (and/or) for IMAP filters as well... Thanks, Robert

      • Ashley commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        +3 on this, i was going to add a message for this, glad someone else has. Although this was over a year ago so do i hold any hope this will be done?

        Outlook and Exchange can have "complex" rules, one of the main reasons...

        IF subject = Car
        AND to = me@domain.com
        MOVE TO folder

        The above would allow filtering on a "message" forum (like Yahoo groups), then put any messages that are "RE:" directed to you in your INBOX instead of putting in [folder] as a single rule would just check the SUBJECT field.

        Many Thanks
        Ashley

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