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Automatically file email in Mail based on sender's domain
Authored by: TicToc on Jan 30, '08 02:44:46PM
I use POPFile http://popfile.sourceforge.net/ to do this sorting - set up POPFile buckets for each folder you want messages to end up in, and then train POPFile to do the sorting. The nice thing about this is that it will learn over time that Joe@client1.com also sometimes sends you email from his gmail account joe@gmail.com, and that this should be filed in the client1 folder. Plus POPFile is a pretty decent spam filter as well :)

Although I use the mac.com IMAP server and have POPFile watch & sort there, it works great when asked to sort incoming mail from a POP server. The particularly smart feature when using IMAP is that simply moving mail from one folder to another actually trains POPFile.

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