Each Rule can have zero, one, or several conditions. The conditions are checked in the same order they are specified. If an E-mail Message or a Signal meets all the Rule conditions, the Rule actions are performed.
The condition operations is and is not process their parameters as "pictures": the asterisk (*) symbols in parameters are processed as wildcards that match zero or more symbols in the tested string. To check that a string contains the @thatdomain substring, the is @thatdomain operation should be used, and to check that a string does not end with the somedomain.com substring, the is not *somedomain.com operation should be used.
The condition operations in and not in process their parameters as sets of one or more "pictures" separated with the comma (,) symbols. The tested string is compared to all picture strings. The in condition is met if the tested string matches at least one picture string. The not in condition is met if the tested string does not match any picture string in the specified set. Note: do not use excessive spaces around the comma signs: spaces before the comma sign become trailing spaces of the previous picture, and spaces after the comma sign become leading spaces of the next picture.
The following Rule conditions can be used in both E-Mail Queue and Signal processing Rules:
Submit Address [is | is not | in | not in] string
Time Of Day [is | is not | less than | greater than | in | not in] time string
This condition checks the current time of day in the user's time zone (for the Account-level Rules) or in the Server Time Zone (for the system-wide Rules).
This condition allows you to compose rules that are applied only at certain times of day.
A time string should be specified as hh:mm or hh:mm:ss, where hh is the hour, mm - minutes, ss - seconds.
Time strings can contain the am or pm suffix.
If the condition is in or not in, then the parameter string should contain a pair of time strings, separated with the minus (-) symbol.
If the second time value is not smaller than the first one (as in 08:30-5:15pm), the in condition is met at any time after 8:30 and before 17:15.
If the second time value is smaller than the first one (as in 22:30-5:15), the in condition is met at any time after 22:30 and at any time before