Chris W. Parker cparker at SWATGEAR.COM
Fri Jul 16 17:08:03 IST 2004

Peter Peters <mailto:P.G.M.Peters at utwente.nl>
    on Thursday, July 15, 2004 11:37 PM said:

> I know. Have a look at
> http://home.student.utwente.nl/p.g.m.peters/outlookrule_viewlet.html.
> But you can't tell Outlook to look for a specific word in a specific
> header. You can tell Outlook to check the To:, Cc:, Subject: seperatly
> but not any other header. In Agent you can use rules like
> "X-UTwente-MailScanner-SpamCheck: SpamAssassin" in which you include
> both the header to look for _and_ the word to check in that header.

i can't imagine that this would be true for Outlook 2003. i'm using
Outlook 2002 and it's totally not true.

i made a rule that looks for "X-UTwente-MailScanner" and then assigns a
specific category to the email. it worked perfectly. the option is
called "with _Specific Words_ in the message header". you then enter
your string(s) and then choose your action. and depending on your action
it will end up either being a client-side rule or a server-side rule.


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