Changes between Version 35 and Version 36 of Documentation/Configuration


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Oct 13, 2013 8:38:32 PM (12 months ago)
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AmigaPhil
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    233233  If this option is activated, the filtering process will be started by clicking on the Filter button in the main window or by choosing 'Filter' from the 'Folder' menu. This way you can also process old messages which do not necessarily have to be in the Incoming folder. 
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     235[[=#FixComparison]] 
    235236=== Comparison === 
    236237`Search in` 
     
    252253  Note that the comparison operators '<' and '>' work differently according to the type of field.  YAM knows that a message size or date is numeric and sorts these in numerical order, but for fields such as "Subject:", alphanumeric order is used as in a telephone directory, so James < Jim and 12 < 2. 
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    254   The search pattern may contain  AmigaDOS wildcards such as ?, #?, (a|b) or [abc]. Please note that the search pattern [YAM]#? will filter all messages beginning with Y, A or M. For filtering mails coming from a mailing list (for example, a mailing list related to YAM), you'd better use the search pattern #?YAM#? or have the filter compare the Reply-To: field with the address of the mailing list. 
     255  The search pattern may contain [[Pattern matching| AmigaDOS wildcards ]] such as ?, #?, (a|b) or [abc]. Please note that the search pattern [YAM]#? will filter all messages beginning with Y, A or M. For filtering mails coming from a mailing list (for example, a mailing list related to YAM), you'd better use the search pattern #?YAM#? or have the filter compare the Reply-To: field with the address of the mailing list. 
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    256257  Example: '= YAM 1.3.#?'