In our Firm, the Group Tools scan incoming mails for spam. The status can be [SPAM=80%], [SPAM=90%]...
or [SPAM=99%]. If they are detected as spam, the rules add the Status at the end of the subject field. My agent runs "before new mail arrives" and is looking in the field subject as to whether the subject contains [SPAM=80%], [SPAM=90%] or [SPAM=99%]. If the agent finds some spam mails it moves the mail to right folder. It's easy to adapt for other needs.
Code: Sub Initialize Dim session As New NotesSession Dim doc As NotesDocument Dim dbug As NotesLog Dim db As NotesDatabase Set session = New NotesSession Set sourcedb = session.CurrentDatabase Set db = session.CurrentDatabase Set doc = session.DocumentContext SearchString80 = "[SPAM=80%]" SourceString80 = doc.Subject(0) SearchString90 = "[SPAM=90%]" SourceString90 = doc.Subject(0) SearchString99 = "[SPAM=99%]" SourceString99 = doc.Subject(0) If Instr(1, SourceString80,SearchString80 ) Then Call doc.PutInFolder( "Spam 80%" ) Call doc.RemoveFromFolder("($InBox)") End If If Instr(1, SourceString90,SearchString90) Then Call doc.PutInFolder( "Spam 90%" ) Call doc.RemoveFromFolder("($InBox)") End If If Instr(1, SourceString99,SearchString99) Then Call doc.PutInFolder( "Spam 99%" ) Call doc.RemoveFromFolder("($InBox)") End If End Sub
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