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Filters are a powerful way to keep your inbox organized. You can tell Thunderbird what to do when you receive an email that ...
meets a filter's requirements; label it, move it to a folder, forward a copy to another account, delete it, mark it as junk and more. You'll reach inbox zero in no time!
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Hi, this is Mike Callahan, “Doctor File Finder” and welcome back to our special Butterscotch.com 10 parts series on Thunderbird.
In this segment, we’re going to look briefly at filters. Filters provide you with the way to sort and filter your mail so you can handle it the way you want. So, let’s take a look, click on tools, message filters, click on that.
Now, here’s one that I already have for Andrew. You can select where the filters will run, so we’ll create one. We’ll say new and we’ll see the subject that contains help. If we want we can click plus here to add more criteria to search on.
We’ll give our filter a name and call it help and say we’ll say that we only want it to be from people at Butterscotch.com. Now, when it comes in we want it to move the message to the folder help.
So, now we have our first filter in place. We’ll click OK and say tools and if we go and look at here are messages that have help and then title that were sent from Butterscotch.com. So, they’ve been move exactly the way they are supposed too.
So, in this way by creating filters you can direct mail from a friend, a coworker, a neighbor. You can direct it into a particular folder. You can move it to a certain place. You can reference it and put a tag on it. If you look under the message filters, there’s a whole variety of criteria and there’s a whole variety of things you can do, mark it as red, add a star, set a priority, tag the message, delete it and a lot more.
So, message filters are important and powerful function of Thunderbird. Keep in mind that this is a multiple part series and be sure to watch all 10 parts.