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reference:users_autoresponderconditions [2012/03/20 15:21]
paul [Users.AutoresponderConditions table]
reference:users_autoresponderconditions [2018/11/14 10:45] (current)
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   * datetimeto - the date & time this condition will act to (or NULL to be any date/time)   * datetimeto - the date & time this condition will act to (or NULL to be any date/time)
   * dow - text string indicating which days of the week this condition will act on (or NULL to be any day of week) - 0 is Saturday, 6 is Sunday (eg ''​135''​ means the condition will act on Monday, Wednesday and Friday)   * dow - text string indicating which days of the week this condition will act on (or NULL to be any day of week) - 0 is Saturday, 6 is Sunday (eg ''​135''​ means the condition will act on Monday, Wednesday and Friday)
-  * sender ​ - text string to match to the original message sender. If this begins with **/** then it is a [[http://​www.postgresql.org/​docs/​9.1/​static/​functions-matching.html#​FUNCTIONS-POSIX-REGEXP|regular expression match]] of the string surrounded by '/'​ characters, otherwise it is a [[http://​www.postgresql.org/​docs/​9.1/​static/​functions-matching.html#​FUNCTIONS-LIKE|case insensitive ILIKE match]] +  * sender ​ - text string to match to the original message sender ​(or NULL to match any). If this begins with **/** then it is a [[http://​www.postgresql.org/​docs/​9.1/​static/​functions-matching.html#​FUNCTIONS-POSIX-REGEXP|regular expression match]] of the string surrounded by '/'​ characters, otherwise it is a [[http://​www.postgresql.org/​docs/​9.1/​static/​functions-matching.html#​FUNCTIONS-LIKE|case insensitive ILIKE match]] 
-  * subject - text string to match to the original message subject. If this begins with **/** then it is a [[http://​www.postgresql.org/​docs/​9.1/​static/​functions-matching.html#​FUNCTIONS-POSIX-REGEXP|regular expression match]] of the string surrounded by '/'​ characters, otherwise it is a [[http://​www.postgresql.org/​docs/​9.1/​static/​functions-matching.html#​FUNCTIONS-LIKE|case insensitive ILIKE match]]+  * subject - text string to match to the original message subject ​(or NULL to match any). If this begins with **/** then it is a [[http://​www.postgresql.org/​docs/​9.1/​static/​functions-matching.html#​FUNCTIONS-POSIX-REGEXP|regular expression match]] of the string surrounded by '/'​ characters, otherwise it is a [[http://​www.postgresql.org/​docs/​9.1/​static/​functions-matching.html#​FUNCTIONS-LIKE|case insensitive ILIKE match]]
   * locked - boolean. If this is set then the user cannot modify the conditions for this autoresponder (only an administrator can)   * locked - boolean. If this is set then the user cannot modify the conditions for this autoresponder (only an administrator can)
  
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 In any condition all the non-NULL conditions must match for the condition to match. In any condition all the non-NULL conditions must match for the condition to match.
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 +A condition to match all the time would have the condid, autoresponderid,​ name, enabled, priority, usernumber and lock fields set, and the other fields set to NULL.
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