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Mail Box Dispatcher 2 - Event Conditions - Beginner Mode

 
When you are editing an event in Beginner mode, you setup checking condition of one of the fields: Sender, Recipient, Subject, Plain Body, Headers, Attachments, Size.
You can setup checking by four methods: ‘contains’, ‘is equal to’, ‘is at the begin’ and ‘is at the end’.
‘Contains’ tries to find the substring everywhere in the field. For an example, if condition Subject contains ‘SPAM’, then the event fires for all messages with a subject that contains ‘SPAM’ (‘SPAM’, ‘SPAM message’, ‘Not a SPAM’, ‘Not a SPAM message’).
’Is equal to’ checks when the field is equal to the string. For an example, if condition Subject is equal to ‘SPAM’, then the event fires for messages with a subject ‘SPAM’ only.
‘Is at the begin’ checks when the field begins with the substring. For an example, if condition Subject is ‘SPAM’ at the begin, then the event fires for all messages with a subject that begins with ‘SPAM’ (‘SPAM’, ‘SPAM message’).
‘Is at the end’ checks when the field ends with the substring. For an example, if condition Subject is ‘SPAM’ at the end, then the event fires for all messages with a subject that ends with ‘SPAM’ (‘SPAM’, ‘Not a SPAM’).
 

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