Rules are useful to manage incoming mails, but not for already existing mails in the mailbox. Therefore I would like to have the ability to use rules for already existing mails.
I'd like to be able to open an email and create a rule based on the subject, sender, body content, etc. Similar to right-clicking on a message in Outlook and utilizing a dialog with the same options.
I think the mail rules would become really powerful if you could have email headers as an option for a condition.
Create Condition: Headers : Contains : X-Spam-Flag: YES
Action: Move to Junkmail
Some of my messages get sent to folders without my seeing them, but I want some of my messages to be delivered to my inbox so I'm aware of them, and as soon as I've read them I want them to go into a specific folder -- with no action ...
Why when you click on block a domain in R8 the auto rule is not editable?
And why does it not go to trash and ONLY goes to junk?
Shouldn't this be a user option?
The "Edit Rule" dialog should have an "edit" button below the "Add" button in the conditions area. If you accidently to an "AND" instead of an "OR", you have to re-enter the rule condition and there is no direct way to cut/copy/paste the existing condition.
in Lotus Domino 7.x (not sure if it is changed in R8.x) you can only add a *Possible_SPAM* to the subject (for example if you use Symantec Antispam or SpamAssasin) so that a rule can move this eMail to your spamfolder. But sometimes it happen that it isn´t ...
Often I get emails that have crafted "Principal" fields, but are actually "from" a server or someone who signed an agent. It'd be useful to allow checking the Principal field as well
Enable easy creation of a rule to tune out of an email thread.
If the thread is of no interest (and I keep getting messages because someone chose to stick me in the cc list) I rightclick, choose 'Tune out'. This creates a rule based on the message ...
We have users who have lots of mail rules, in fact more than 100. For this reason, they refuse to use Lotus Notes.
They are using Microsoft Outlook connector to connect to their Domino mailbox. This is a support headache for us, and we are limited in a lot of ...
I'm sure You have the same problem if You have a large complex folder structure. You got a new mail, but the mail rule moves it into a folder somewhere deeeeeeep....then it's hard to find. Of course You can use "copy to folder" but then your inbox ...
In a Domino Domain, it would be nice when the user can populate his own spam object as a domino domain-based rule.
So, each company builds up its own Spam Database automatically for a cleaner mail.box ;)
Addition (thnx, Kenneth):
Of course the submission of a Spamrule by ...