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In the results of running a mail rule in the background, the result email should include the number of processed emails


If you go to your mail rules, you can use the 'run now ...' buttons to trigger the rule. If you tell it to run in the background, you'll receive an email after it's completed. The email includes useful information about the execution of the rule. The one thing it's missing, however, is the number of documents/emails it actually processed.



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    Guest commented
    29 Oct 02:27pm

    @Thomas Hampel. Yep. At the moment, if you run the rule, you receive an email like the following:


    Processing of following Rule(s) is complete.

    Processed On:

    Mail File on Server: <mail server>

    Mail File :<mail file>

    Folder/View : ($Inbox)

    Started on: 10/29/2020 9:55:32 AM Completed on: 10/29/2020 9:58:00 AM

    (This message was sent via an agent.)

    1. WHEN Subject contains REQUEST FOR INFORMATION from - THEN move to folder Info Requests


    Now, how many emails did it actually move? It would be useful to know that.


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    Thomas Hampel commented
    29 Oct 10:52am

    You want an email on how many emails a mail rule has processed?