Complete rule management

Idea ID 2786063

Complete rule management

Complete rule management from central web administration page on system, domain, post office and user levels to be able to do the followings:
- overview of rules
- create, modify, enable, disable and delete
7 Comments
Admiral
Admiral
For rule management and much more is Vertigo from GWAVA.
Absent Member.
Absent Member.
Vertigo is nice, but it doesn't allow you to enforce rules on a domain or system level for all users.
Ensign
Ensign
It would be nice to be able to push a rule to the client, optionally lock it, and be able to choose whether its position is locked at the beginning or end of user-defined rules, or if it is movable by the user.
Absent Member.
Absent Member.
I would like to use a tool like this also. My organization has the need to mark incoming mails as privat so that proxy users have no access to these mails.
Cadet 3rd Class
Cadet 3rd Class
Our company has the need to mark incoming emails as URGENT when the subject line contains HOT so we don't miss out on customer opportunities.
Vice Admiral
Vice Admiral
Mailbox Mangement for GroupWise provides this functionality. We are in the process of Integrating Mailbox Management into the GroupWise admin web console - as a seperate product or available with Enterprise Messaging. With 18.1 you can see and enable/disable rules. More functionality is coming in 18.2 and later releases until Mailbox Management is fully integrated into the Admin Console.
Vice Admiral
Vice Admiral
This is available in the GroupWise Admin with the 18.2 release on 10/31/2019. It requires Mailbox Management or Enterprise Messaging.
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