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I couldn't find any information on how to set up wildcard rules in iCloud mail. I want to forward mail from any sender of a certain domain to another address.

What exactly is the syntax of the message is from field?

@domain.com or *@domain.com?

Do I need to set up another rule to remove these messages from the inbox?


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For these cases I just use

from domain.com


move to folder

as the action. You don't have to delete it from the Inbox afterwards, the move takes care of that.

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Are you referring to mail.app or icloud.com? I'm looking for a solution on the website. –  iltempo Jun 24 '12 at 16:40
The above applies to rules on icloud.com (which are fairly limited anyway). –  patrix Jun 24 '12 at 16:41
Thanks! I was a bit confused as the rules cannot be rearranged in priority. So a move rule could theoretically make a forward never catching if set up higher. –  iltempo Jun 24 '12 at 18:30

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