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    Jo Rice commented  · 

    You have added the ability to add a rule based on the Reply-To and given us the ability to say "Is" or "is Not" in a group, with the group dropdown list.

    Please extend that to the "Return Path" of the email as well. Right now I get a ton of scams that are spoofing my own email address so I added my email addresses all to a group so i could base them off that, but these emails are now spoofing my "reply-to" as my email and their emails are only in the "return path" of the emails.

    We cannot block anything from them as they are 100% a single or multiple images so there is no text to block.

    If we can have the Groups choice added to a Return Path choice that we have already with the Reply To, that would help a lot! Thanks!

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    Jo Rice commented  · 

    Please also make ALL of the rules testable! Right now I can set up most of the rules and run them against an email with immediate response, but I CANNOT do this with Message Body rules. They do not allow us to apply them immediately (heck I didn't realize they worked at all till I talked with someone in Support who told me they would be applied to all new emails, just not any current ones.

    This is an inadequate way to test to make sure our rules and fiters are working so please allow us to apply ALL rules immediately, not just some of them!

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    Jo Rice commented  · 

    Please add more complex rules so that we can use things like if, and, or, etc. and other conditional aspects of filtering our emails. This setup is very inadequate for really combatting spam.

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    Jo Rice commented  · 

    Please add an option as part of the rules to Outlook for Mac to use the "Delete from Server" button/option when setting up rules.

    Right now this is totally defunct and even though I set rules to delete spam, I still HAVE TO go through my delete box for anything the rules deleted and hit the "Delete from Server" button on them, or they will show up on my other devices in their imap setups.

    This should not be necessary. Either add that as an option in the Rules, OR set up the Delete box to automatically set anything added to it as "Delete from Server" so we don't have to still see the spam emails that we filtered out so we wouldn't have to mess with them.

    Thanks!

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    Jo Rice commented  · 

    Please add the ability to add notes to emails. Please also make that feature searchable so that we can search for emails by our notes content as well as the rest of the email content.

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    Jo Rice commented  · 

    I also just suggested this feature through the feedback message in Outlook. I am a web designer and I utilize folders to keep track of client project emails for work that needs to be completed yet. If I had the ability to show the number of messages within a folder (single folders, not global all folders) that would help me be able to see at a glance if anything is waiting to be done for each client and how many emails there are about the work to be done.

    Please implement this, it would be extremely useful to me and as the original message shows, I'm definitely not the only one!

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