Re: [Evolution] Filter by account?

The uri's may have changed between versions of Evolution and one of your
filter rules was left over from an old build (and that is why it didn't
have a /inbox).

Please do not file a bug in bugzilla unless creating *new* filters on
Source Account fail.


On Sun, 2002-10-13 at 12:42, Etienne Tourigny wrote:
I noticed this behaviour also using pop3 mailbox on yesterdays' dev
snapshot evolution-
and also on the 1.1.2 beta.

I use a "Source Account" filter on my "test4" account to move to another
folder and it doesn't work with incoming mail.  However if I select the
message and "Apply filters" afterwards it goes to the right directory. 
If I use "X-Evolution-Source" is
"pop://test4%25omeo ca pop omeo ca/inbox" the filter works for incoming
mail and also with "apply filters".

Just for the kick I modified the filters.xml file set up with a "Source
Account" filter and modified the following line:

<uri>pop://test4%25omeo ca pop omeo ca</uri>

added /inbox to the <uri>:

<uri>pop://test4%25omeo ca pop omeo ca/inbox</uri>       

And now the "Source account" filter works!  It also works with "Apply

So this issue is probably only pop3 related and requires a fix in the UI
(I think) to include the /inbox part in the <uri>.  Or maybe fix the
filter code?

Shall I open a bug in bugzilla and provide the filters.xml file produced
by evolution?



On Thu, 2002-09-26 at 20:50, Jeffrey Stedfast wrote:
On Thu, 2002-09-26 at 16:36, John Schmidt wrote:
I'd like to filter all incoming mail from one
of my Pop3 accounts into a certain folder. If I
understand it correctly, it would appear that
filtering by "Source Account" should allow this.
I've placed that filter at the top of my filter
list, yet it doesn't seem to have any affect.

this filter has been fixed in snaps.

Is there a better way to do this?


[Specific Header][X-Evolution-Source][<account url>]

look at the message source from an account that you want to filter and
look for the X-Evolution-Source header and just copy that value into the
filter editor.


Jeffrey Stedfast
Evolution Hacker - Ximian, Inc.
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Jeffrey Stedfast
Evolution Hacker - Ximian, Inc.
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