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xtin

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Hello

I'm looking for a way to mark messages read based on rules.

The background's thus: I'm getting a lot of administrative mails, such as logfiles, cron-deamon-logs, etc.

I don't want to read them but I want them to be in my Inbox, so I can backtrace if anything goes wrong.

Thanks
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winkelman

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Such a rule can't be made with the Kerio 'mail filter wizard' (to be found in Webmail). However, the mail filters use the sieve script language, so there are a lot more possibilities that what's mentioned in the 'wizard'.

So look into the sieve language and you could create your own sieve rule. (In Webmail, create some mail filter and then use the 'Edit' button the be able to edit the 'bare naked' script...)
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xtin

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Thanks for your hint.
There seems to be no native "markread" command in Sieve. However there's the "imapflag" extension that has a addflag command. Yet it seems not implemented in Kerio, because i get a "parsing error" for the following script:
require ["imapflags"];
if header :contains "Subject" "Cron"
{
  addflag "\\Seen";
  fileinto "INBOX/Technik/cron";
}


Is there any chance that this will be implemented?


[Updated on: Wed, 25 April 2007 21:12]

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kerver

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Has this issue ever been resolved? I too am looking to mark messages as read. I cannot get the sieve script to work. Any help greatly appreciated. Thanks.
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