I've just tested it and it works for me on CentOS 4.3 & Zimbra 3.1Originally Posted by techshifter
Yes, just move them up and down the list. I guess you mean by clicking on the column title? There's no method, AFAIK, at the moment of doing that.Originally Posted by techshifter
Should have let you know im running debian sarg with 3.1.0_GA_332. I will experiment with this problem further and let you know.
I have the same problem with 3.1.0_GA_332 on FC4
From is email@example.com put the mail on the folder toto
test.fr is the domain of my zimbra box and toto is an user of zimbra
I think your problem may be the usage of "is" (Exact match) vs. "contains" (Includes) vs. "matches" (Reg-exp). See this bug:
Zimbra is going to be discussing this bug in our internal bug triage meeting today (5/2/2006). The bug will be updated with what our decision is.
Which is odd because I've just done three seperate tests, one for each of the is/contains/matches and the 'From' is a local user and they all filter the mail into a specified folder.Originally Posted by Matt Rhoades
Hmm. I thought the problem was that the filter was set up as:
If the following conditions are met:
"From:" is "mail.com"
Perform the following actions:
"File into folder:" "subfolder"
The above will not filter all mails from "mail.com" because "firstname.lastname@example.org" does not exactly equal "mail.com". In this case, the filter should be set up as:
"From:" contains "mail.com"
KevinH's question still remains ... "What are you using for your filter criteria?"
Didn't he answer that with this post?Originally Posted by Matt Rhoades
That was exactly the same as one of the tests I've run - the test is 'From is email@example.com' and move into a folder. That and the other tests I ran did work. I'm also assuming that the original poster was trying the same test although we obviously haven't heard back from him yet.Originally Posted by Criville
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