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Name

       kopano-ibrule — Inbox rule inspection and manipulation utility

Synopsis

       kopano-ibrule [-AP] [-D index] [-S] [-h host] [-u username] [rule-spec...]

Description

       This  program  can  be  used  to inspect or change the so-called "inbox rules" of a user's
       inbox. This is a mechanism by which they can instruct kopano-dagent to, for example, move,
       copy, forward, or reply to, messages upon reception.

Options

       -A (with rule-spec)
              Add a new rule to the inbox rules table.

       -D seqno
              Delete the rule with the given sequence number.

       -P     Interactively prompt for the connection password.

       -S     Show the inbox rule table for the particular user.

       -h host
              URI for a specific server to connect to and execute the action on.

       Default: default:

Rule specification

       cond-spec := cond exists-rst

       exists-rst := exists proptag

       proptag := hex-value | message-class

       act-spec  :=  act  { delete | mark-as-read | copy store guid folder guid | move store guid
       folder guid }

       rule-spec := seq number | cond-spec | act-spec | stop

Usage examples

       Log in and show table:
           IBR_PASSWORD=xfoo kopano-ibrule -u foo -S

       Marking all mails as read that were  sent  to  oneself,  and  cease  processing  of  rules
       afterwards:

           IBR_PASSWORD=xfoo   kopano-ibrule   -u   foo  -A  cond  exists  message-class  content
           received-from = kopano:foo ] act mark-as-read stop