Sieve rule: move to folder and forward

Michael Menge michael.menge at
Tue Dec 5 04:43:39 EST 2006

Quoting "Muenz, Michael" <m.muenz at>:

>>>> My problem is, when "keep" is called, also the spam, which should  
>>>>   be moved to "Spam" goes to my inbox again. But when setting   
>>>> "stop"  in Spam rule, mails detected as spam which aren't, wont   
>>>> be  delivered to backup at
>>>> Any ideas how to solve this?
>>> Put a line "stop;" after you file the email into the Spam folder.
>>> Otherwise, Sieve will continue processing later rules.
>> You get this line if you set the "Stop checking if this rule   
>> matches?" flag in the Spam rule in Ingo
>> In new Versions of Ingo this option is set by default.
> My problem is, if a mail is wrongly detected as spam, it won't be
> forwarded to the backup-account.

If you want to forward all mails to the backup-account, than you have  
to create a filter rule at the top that matches all mails. Set it to  
forward the mails and  to continue the filter. Than you sort the spam  
in the spam-folder and keppt the other E-Mails.

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