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During our conversion to Kerio, we found the Kerio filtering to be a little limiting in it's capabilities:
    no filtering on message body
    no way to filter on attachment (so we can leave the *.ics event files in the inbox so they are picked up by iCal)
    no way to mark messages as read in a rule

There are a few RFC sieve extensions to solves these (RFC5173:Body and RFC5232:imap4flags), but I'm wondering if these can be added to Kerio somehow?

I realise the nice GUI to add the filters wouldn't know about them, but for those "advanced" filters we could edit them directly in the sieve script editor.

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I realize the topic is old, but I would like to second the request for support for the body extension in sieve.

[Updated on: Tue, 22 March 2011 20:49]


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The third option

no way to mark messages as read in a rule

has been integrated in version 7.

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