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I'm new here and the company I work for have installed a new server which is running Kerio.

The problem I have is that I have emails coming in from 5 main customers which are separated in to the following folders: -

(Customer Name) General
(Customer Name) Call-Outs
(Customer Name) Purchase Orders

Setting rules up under Outlook was easy.

Under Kerio all I've found you can do is move the emails from the Inbox to a specified folder.

What I need to do is the following: -

From: @domain name
Subject: General, Call-Out or Purchase Order and move to the appropriate folder

If Read Receipt or Out of Office then do not move

From two customers to print the email to one of three printers.

Are there any books Kerio mail sieve scripting.

Thanks in advance for any replies.

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In Outlook there are server side rules and client side rules. Printing is a client side rule, i.e. it just works when Outlook is running.

Kerio just supports server side rules, so you cannot print with Kerio rules.

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