Each Rule can have zero, one, or several actions. If a message meets all the Rule conditions, the Rule actions are performed.
You can use all universal actions described in the Generic Rules section. This section describes the additional Rule actions you can use in E-mail (Queue) Rules.
Stop Processing: This action should be the last one in a Rule. Execution of this Rule stops and no other (lower-priority) Rules are checked for that message. The message is stored in the INBOX.
Discard: This action should be the last one in a Rule. Execution of this Rule stops and no other (lower-priority) Rules are checked for that message. The message is not stored in the INBOX, but a positive Delivery Notification message is sent back to the message sender (if requested).
IF From is *that_annoying_guy@* THEN Discard
Reject with [Error Message Text] See the Rules section. If the action parameter text is not empty, it is used as the error message text. You can still store the rejected message using the Store action before the Reject action.
IF Subject is *UCE* THEN Reject please do not send such messages here
Mark flagname, [, flagname ...] This action sets or resets the specified message flag(s). Initially the set of message flags contains:
Flag Names can be used to add flags to the set, while Flag Negative Names can be used to remove flags from the set. When the message is stored in a Mailbox as a result of the Store in action, as well as when the message is stored in the INBOX after all Rules are applied, the message is stored with the specified flag set.
IF Sender is *list* THEN Mark Flagged,Read
Add Header header fields: This action adds RFC822 header fields to the message. Initially, the set of additional message header field contains the Return-Path field generated using the return-path in the message envelope. When a message is stored, sent, copied, or sent to an external program, the additional header fields are added to the message.
IF Subject is *purchase*order* THEN Add Header
The Add Header action can be used to add an X-Color field. This field is detected by the WebUser Interface and is used to highlight a message in the Mailbox:
IF Header Field is X-Spam: * THEN Add Header X-Color: red
Tag Subject tag: This action specifies a string to be added to the Subject header field. When a message is stored, sent, copied, or sent to an external program, the specified subject tags are inse