What are the conditions?

Modified on Thu, 27 Jan 2022 at 12:16 PM

When you apply actions (print, save, ...) you can choose to process these actions only to some specific emails, you can define multiple rules based on subject or email content, or sender, ... It will easily let you avoid printing or process spam or junk emails.

1. First create or edit a group of actions

Go in the Actions section, then edit or create a group of actions and click on 'next'.

add group of actions

2. The conditions are only for this group

You can add unlimited rules which will process the email, if it doesn't match then the actions will not be applied.

Click on 'Add a rule', then you can select the field to test:

  • If sender: It is the email address and the name if specified
  • If recipient (including TO / BCC / CC): It is the email(s) address
  • If subject: Subject of the email
  • If date: Date of the email received
  • If size: In kilobit
  • If email body: Content of the email
  • If has attachment: Flag to indicate if attachment is present or not
  • If attachment name: If one of the attachment name
  • If email raw data: Content of full email, including header
  • If email priority is: Priority of the email 

For each field you will have the choice of the operator: Is Equal, Contains, doesn't contain,... Just select the one you need and enter the data.

At right of each rule you have a check box to specify the rule as optional, if not set that's mean all rules must match (logic operator AND).

All conditions are simple

3. Optionnally you can specify the advanced scheduler

It lets specify the day and time ranges to execute the condition (rules).


4. To conclude:

You can set a lot of rules to filter and process emails, here some examples:

Exclude some emails examples:

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