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Re: evolution problems (filters)



On Tue, 2003-11-25 at 18:38, Stan Bubrouski wrote:

> Another problem is duplicating messages.  For example, I subscribe to
> the Linux Kernel Mailing list.  I have two filters for it, one that just
> moves all mail with the Mailing-List header linux-kernel to a
> linux-kernel folder.  I filter certain people to a folder called trusted
> (for instance messages from Linus and Andrew so I can see when new test
> kernels are released).  Evolution thinks its funny, to often times not
> put people's messages who should be going into trusted into linux-kernel
> (the trusted rule is above linux-kernel in the filter list), and not
> only this but sometime it copies the persons message into BOTH folders,
> and I've checked and rechecked and even gone over my filters.xml with a
> fine tooth comb, there are no logic errors in the filtering setup, so
> these have to be evolution bugs, right?
Be sure you have a "Stop Processing" rule after your "Move Message to
.." or similar. If you don't have that, the message will be matched
against several rules, and potentionally copied for each match.


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