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Hi,

is it possible to mark the subject of a forwareded email with a filter rule? Backgroun is that i want the filter rule to forward mail to somebody else while beeing out of office. the recipient itself should be able to differentiate between emails that where sent to him and the mails that where forwarded to him. I think the most easiest way would be to mark the subject (f.e. [OOO]).

Any idea how to implement this?
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The receiver of the forwarded mail could also make a filter him/herself that discriminates between this and for example automatically store that forwarded mail in a separate folder.

Otherwise: KMS uses the sieve script language and you could edit the sieve script directly (Webmail, Mail filters, select filter, Edit script). Maybe it's possible that way.
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thnkas for the hint, but in the sieve documentation is no option for changng the subject. there is no syntax defined. does anybody create a rule that modifies the subject of an email? or is it possible to see the syntac of the standard spam filter. the spamfilter has the option to add [SPAM] to the subject for example. so maybe i can caopy the needed code from there ...
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If the sieve-language does not allow for adapting the subject, then you cannot do it in KMS with mail filters (as they are sieve-based). AFAIK your only hope is that your sieve documentation is not complete :)
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