Ability to setup email rules directly in Hiri

Ability to filter messages through Hiri. As of right now, I need to filter my emails through my external OWA or other email client and gets pushed to the server. A way to filter email messages directly off Hiri would be great. Thanks!
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  • Aug 4 2017
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    Guest commented
    December 04, 2017 20:17

    Yep, this... 100+ emails a day , the majority automated, can't be dealt with by hand.

     

    Really, this is the only thing I'm missing... really like it otherwise.

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    22 Mar 12:38

    I don't know how anyone can be using this client without this functionality.

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    24 Apr 10:39

    Yeah guys this is really basic email stuff. I really love this client but without rules.. come on!

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    21 May 17:38

    I would definitely like to see this implemented. In a given week, I'm probably getting a good thousand emails, many of which have nothing to do with me, but I need to be on those lists for internal reasons. Using OWA to create rules is okay for now, but would be really nice to be able to do this right in Hiri.

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    11 Jun 16:43

    I like everything about this client aside from the lack of rules.  I am still using outlook because of this and would love a reason to start using hiri primarily.

     

    Please add support for rules, preferably the ability to add server side rules from client (like in outlook) but client side rules would at least make it usable.

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    18 Jun 13:57

    When is this going to be done.  It is impossible for the majority of businesses to run effectively  if this function is not in the email client.   It is what is keeping us from installing this software company wide.

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    11 Jul 19:22

    I agree with this, no rule is a pain when you work with a lots of emails which most business people do!

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    26 Jul 07:24

    I'm a new user on linux and like most linux users I'm a developer !

    I receive 100s of emails per day from different developer mailing lists, I have 100s of filters setup in thunderbird in order to distribute email to different folders.

    The rules/filtering is really a basic feature that most of developers need in an email client.

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    23 Aug 12:55

    +1

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    14 Sep 16:47

    Email client without capability of rules is like a spreadsheet program without macros.  

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    02 Oct 18:53

    Really like the application, rules can be done on outlook but for sure they could be created on Hiri.

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    18 Oct 14:27

    Please make this an addition.
    I like your product but this is one of the big annoyances.

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    Guest commented
    14 Nov 01:57

    +1 here. I hadn't seen this previously, but found it after posting my own request for the same thing. For those of us using Hiri for work, being able to auto-sort things before they hit the "Inbox" would help in keeping the clutter out.

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    04 Dec 22:18

    So the basic problem is that we all hate outlook. Usually our type of end users using thunderbird, or postbox or any other mail client. Rules can be set there easily. I just moved to Hiri and faced with this big issue, never thought a kinda new email client doesnt have this functionality. This is a must have i think for us. Now i have to recreate all of the rules manually from postbox into outlook to get it work. Please reconsider this one. thx!