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mail rules in domino

3 posts in General Discussion Last posting was on 2006-08-23 12:54:12.0Z
bo Posted on 2006-08-16 13:01:21.0Z
From: "bo" <bopedibop@spray.se>
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Hello

If you have a mail rule that says that some mails is to be delivered to
another folder in notes, (spam) is there a way to skipp those mail from
recieving/end up in pylon?

For example using p900.


Dietrich Posted on 2006-08-23 12:54:12.0Z
From: Dietrich <Dietrich@iAnywhere.Germany>
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BTW
have you tried out the folder "Junk Mail".
I found out that emails from this folder were not synchronized by Pylon
Anywhere (tested 7.0.8).


dietrich

bo wrote:
> Hello
>
> If you have a mail rule that says that some mails is to be delivered to
> another folder in notes, (spam) is there a way to skipp those mail from
> recieving/end up in pylon?
>
> For example using p900.
>
>
>


Dietrich Posted on 2006-08-16 18:35:55.0Z
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Hi,

since version 7.0.0.53 subfolder from mailboxes will be synchronized. This
is static and can not be disabled.

In case this is an serious issue for your, please log a case and let us have
details.

Kind regards,

Dietrich

"bo" <bopedibop@spray.se> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
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> Hello
>
> If you have a mail rule that says that some mails is to be delivered to
> another folder in notes, (spam) is there a way to skipp those mail from
> recieving/end up in pylon?
>
> For example using p900.
>
>
>