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crypted
22nd August 2010, 00:19
I would like to suggest expanding the MAIL FILTER option that is available to each mailbox inside ISPCONFIG's panel.

Right now, you must select either a SUBJECT, FROM, or TO address for filtering.

I find it useful to allow for something to filter out SUBJECT and FROM.

Example: Everyone is annoyed when older, new email users forward crap all the time. It would be great to be able to add a filter so that any email from GRANDMA with the subject containing "FW:" could be MOVED to a specific folder like JUNK, TRASH, FW EMAIL, or GRANDMA.

BorderAmigos
2nd September 2010, 19:36
I think this would be an email client function rather than a server function. Squirrelmail can do this by setting up Message Filters for each mailbox.

crypted
2nd September 2010, 19:46
I beg to differ. Under each Mailbox, you can setup filters to allow for filtering out of ANY Subject/FROM/To information. It would just require adding additional filter options to the already present form.

BorderAmigos
2nd September 2010, 20:11
Not sure what you mean. I have in Squirrelmail under Options > Message Filters the option to match any From/To/CC/Subject/Header that contains (whatever) and move it to any folder. So "From: Grandma" is automatically delivered to the "Grandma" folder if I so choose. This might be a plug-in to Squirrelmail though and not in the default install.

Maybe you mean have multiple rules? Like if from = grandma AND subject contains FW: ? That could be done with some hacking of the Squirrelmail plugins.

Installed Plugins
1. spamassassin
2. translate
3. junkfolder
4. filters
5. squirrelspell
6. advanced_settings
7. reply_buttons
8. abook_import_export
9. add_address
10. archive_mail
11. compose_chars
12. html_mail
13. spamcop
14. autorespond
15. sent_subfolders
16. folder_sizes
17. extract
18. show_thumb
19. message_details
20. abook_take
21. lockout
22. squirrel_logger
23. quicksave
24. sent_confirmation
25. view_as_html
26. select_language
27. download_all
28. spam_buttons
29. compatibility
30. empty_folders

crypted
2nd September 2010, 20:33
Log into ISPCONFIG3
Go to "Email"
Go to "Email Mailbox"
Click on a Mailbox you setup
Click "Mail Filter"

I'm saying that should be expanded. Most of us don't rely on webmail. And, we have Outlook and webmail. It would be good to have a better ability for multi-variables in the filtration.

schickel
12th December 2012, 17:08
Did anyone knows the roundcube-plugin managesieve? Here you can set filter from the mailheader, like X-SPAM and so on...

Something like this would be great.

See attached screenshots...