[Users] Can you apply multiple filters to a message?

Pierre Fortin pf at pfortin.com
Sat Jul 20 04:19:55 CEST 2013

Here's my rule for coloring messages announcing new CM releases & not
the replies:

enabled rulename "ClawsColorize" header "List-Id" matchcase
"claws-mail.org" & subject matchcase "unleashed" & ~subject matchcase
"Re:" color 6 move "#mh/Mailbox/claws-mail"

Strangely, if I add "mark" before or after "color 6", I get no mark and no
color; but the move does occur...  Bug? 


On Sat, 20 Jul 2013 11:19:30 +1000 Adam Nielsen wrote:

>Thanks for your response!
>> >If I have a filter that unmarks messages followed by one that
>> >moves them, the messages get unmarked but not moved.
>> This should actually work.
>I have just checked it again, but the "unmark" action also seems to be
>final.  Is this then a bug in Claws, if it should not be a final action?
>> In any case, if your rules get so complicated, maybe it would make
>> sense for you to use the Perl plugin. There, you can group, nest and
>> combine as you wish.
>Hmm, I didn't think my rules were that complicated.  I just want
>incoming e-mails colour coded, and the ability to move certain e-mails
>to specific folders at the press of a key.  Seems a bit overkill to
>start writing Perl code to do that!
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