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Filter-1

In this 'Filter-1' tab, you can filter unnecessary emails by specifying by the email header information of address.

Choose filtering mode:

ForwardMail has four kinds of filtering mode. To use the filtering option, you must choose a mode.

Mode a): If ANY filtering condition matches, DON'T forward it. ( Removes unnecessary emails. )
This mode will be used very often. If any condition you specify matches, the email will not be forwarded. For example, you can use this mode to remove the SPAM emails or unnecessary emails.

Mode b): If ANY filtering condition matches, DO forward it. ( Forwards only necessary emails. )
If any condition you specify matches, the email will be forwarded. For example, you can use this mode to forward emails sent from certain address.

Mode c): If EVERY filtering condition matches, DON'T forward it. ( Narrows down the conditions for mode a). )
If every condition you specify matches, the email will be not forwarded. You can use this mode when you want to narrow down the conditions for filtering.

Mode d): If EVERY filtering condition matches, DO forward it. ( Narrows down the conditions for mode b). )
If every condition you specify matches, the email will be forwarded. You can use this mode when you want to narrow down the conditions for forwarding.

Use filter by From:/To:/Cc:

This option allows you to filter unnecessary mails by specified words in address information. The incoming emails that has the same words in From:/To:/Cc: as the specified words will be processed by the mode you chose above. You can specify multiple words by inserting a space letter between each word. And if the words includes space letters, you can enclose the words with " " (double quotation).

For example, if you use mode a) and specify the condition word "a-compamy.com" into "From:" condition box, every email sent from "a-compamy.com" domain like "bob@a-compamy.com" or "info@a-compamy.com" will be filtered.

< Input Information Display >
The information at upper right of the input box shows the current number of items and characters.
* Items: [Current number of items] / [Maximum number], Length [Current number of characters] / [Maximum number]

<COPY Button>
The filter words can be copied to the PC clipboard by pressing the COPY button. The words will be separated by linefeeds in the clipboard. The filter words can be edited by pasting to a text editor or MS-Excel. The edited filter words can be replaced by pasting back to each box.

Add a new filter keyword created from history log

Using the history log information, a new filter keyword can be added. If you find a email, which you want to filter, please click the left mouse button on the forwarding log.

By pressing 'Add to subject filter' or 'Add to sender filter', the edit window will be shown. You can create a filter keyword by editing the string. The keyword including some space character will be enclosed with double quotation marks automatically. You need not enclose the keyword in the edit box.

By pressing 'OK', the new keyword will be added to the filter of the account that forwarded the email.