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Is there a filtering rule that I can create to only send email to a specific email address between a certain amount of time?
I have a huge RULES.MER file.
And it will increase in size because I use it to eliminate SPAM and SPAM is increasing and increasing and increasing and ...
I now that this may not be the better way to manage SPAM but tom it works. I use SpamHalter in conjunction with the rules and I am happy with the solution.
But from some time ...
I would like very much a flag in ''Filtering new mail when closed'' that allows to apply a specific rule only to mail that I have read!
Reason: There are many mails that should automatically be moved to a certain folder, but only after I have read them. Checking all mail folders with unread mail is of limited use because for several of them it is ...
I am using Mercury/32 v4.6 and PopFile Control Center to filter our mail
I have a local user that I have tried to eliminate all incoming mail - so far it hasn't worked - I have deleted the address using manage local users
I also went to Configuration / Mercury SMTP Server / General and made sure that ''Accept mail for invalid local ...
I'm trying to read my IMAP mail in Mercury using a smartphone. The native mail client (Symbian 60 messaging) connects OK but, bizarrely, while it will display html messages or those with attachments, it only displays the header of plain text messages. My MercuryI logs show that body is sent to the phone, but the phone won't display it.
So I'm ...
I like to have incoming mail on a particular subject available to me on my home system (running Mercury) and on my work PC - I work for a large company and have no opportunity to change anything at that end.
So mail on that subject is sent to a distinctive address which is aliased to a General Rule. The work system doesn't seem to like ...
I have a global rule configured as below:
If header ''F'' contains ''Sam@domain.com'' Copy ''Bob''If header ''F'' contains ''Sam@domain.com'' Copy ''Fred''
This works well and Bob & Fred receive copies of emails sent from Sam.
BUT... If Sam adds multiple recipients to his email then Bob & Fred receive multiple copies of the ...
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Reading the manual, I've managed to set up a general rule set and alias that prints any emails addressed to orders@... At this stage it doesn't print an attachment if there is one. I get the impression this is possible, but I'm not sure which action I should select, and what to do with that ...
David Harris writes:
> Let's be fair here: it's not that Mercury doesn't have filtering support - it's that IMAP doesn't have filtering support. Mercury has so much > filtering overall that you could practically sort sand with it. I could easily enough add filtering into the IMAP equation, but there would > be no standard way of manipulating ...