Does Mobile Me Mail Have Server Side Filters?

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  1. lamski

    lamski PhilMUG Addict Member
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    Hello mac gurus,

    Does mobile me mail have server-side filters like in google mail? I'm looking at the mobile me preferences and I think it's not supported.

    I once thought that OS X Mail app's mail rules also extended to the server side. It turns out that it doesn't. :(
     
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    No it doesn't. It sucks but I have Mail to do just that anyway
     
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    i got frustrated with the lack of it as well.

    with the looks of it, i am unlikely to renew my mobileme subscription
     
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    It would be a nice feature to have because I access my mobile me mail account from my web browser in the office. I just hope the mobile me team implements it soon.
     
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    what's your browser lamski?
     
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    I mainly use google chrome on my work PC nowadays. I've used safari 4 for about a week but I've been spoiled by chrome's tab management. ;)
     
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