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    Hi,

    how can incoming mails with attachments automatically be moved to a special folder?


    Thank's for any tip!

    Johb
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    easy!

    > options tab
    > mail filters
    > new filter
    > under 'If the following conditions are met' select 'attachment'
    > select 'exists'
    > under 'perform the following actions' select 'file into folder'
    > browse for the folder you want

    (you could also tag, search, etc-tons of possibilities)
    Last edited by mmorse; 04-14-2008 at 08:55 PM.

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    Can the admin customize this sorting-settings for the users (the normal user
    should not be able to change this settings) ? How?


    Thank's a lot for your help! John




    PS
    We are soon going to install Zimbra, and then I can test this things myself :-)

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    It is possible, but nontrivial, to set filters through the command line. Search the Administrators forum for "zmmailbox sieve". I don't think it's possible to "lock" filter rules.

    Also try this. Save, don't sort!

    Enter "has:attachment -is:sent" into the search box. That will very quickly find all messages with attachments not from yourself, regardless of the enclosing folder.

    Click on the floppy disk icon to save the search as a virtual folder. Btw, I don't know that people under age 20 will necessarily recognize a floppy disk icon...

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