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I would like to be able to write filtering rules that would recognize messages downloaded from external (POP3) accounts.

The most common usage would be to sort such messages into various folders.

One way to achieve that would be to add a custom header, e.g. "X-ExternalAccount" to each message downloaded from an external account. The following Sieve rule would then work:

if header :is "X-ExternalAccount" "jberezanski<_at_>xyz.com" 
{
  fileinto "Inbox/XYZ";
  stop;
}


I am currently able to do that using a workaround: I set up another (third-party) mail server that downloads messages from external accounts and adds such header, and Kerio Connect is configured to download messages from that server. This however adds complexity and increases load on the machine. I would like to achieve this using only Kerio Connect.

Is this doable with the current version (7.2.3)? If not, would it be possible to add such a feature in a future release?
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