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pal

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Hi,

is there a possibility to mark "All Incoming Messages" with a flag?
The Rule creation doesn't have the option to flag a new message.
I am aware that there is a manual Script Editor, but i haven't found any documentation about it.

sincerely
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The mail filtering language in KC is "Sieve". Find an overview on http://sieve.info

As far as I know, Kerio doesn't support flags (i.e. assigning different colours to mails).

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pal

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The sieve implementations of Kerio give me hard times:
require["imap4flags"] doesn't work at all
addflag and setflag give me parsing errors

Is there any possibility to add imap4flags to Kerio sieve implementation?

I do not need different flags at all, just a simple flag to mark each incoming message. Due many people read the "office" Inbox we need a marking utilitiy to know if someone already takes care of a message or not.

[Updated on: Thu, 23 September 2010 09:31]

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KC does not support all Sieve commands. I guess you would have to file an enhancement request with Kerio to get more commands in.

The Sieve command to mark messages as read has just been introduced with KC 7, for example.

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