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Old 11th October 2010, 20:54
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How can I filter the email and divert the email to admin.
Like I have created groups and only admin user should broadcast the mails to particular group.

Could You please help me...

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You can add custom filters into the "Custom mail filter recipe" field on the custom rules tab of the mailbox settings. The filter rules have to be written in sieve syntax when you use dovecot and in maildrop syntax when you use courier. if you serach in google for "sieve examples" or "maildrop examples" you will find a lot of websites with examples and explanations on how to write such filters.
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