1.select the folder in Outlook, right click the column header->View settings->button "Filter" 2.Add fields with your criteria 3.Close Outlook Filter dialog 4.Test filter results in Outlook, repeat the steps to modify your filter
Copy the filter to GeniusConnect:
1.select the folder in Outlook, right click the column header->View settings->button "Filter" 2.Click the SQL Tab 3.Check "Edit these criteria directly..." 4.Copy the query 5.Open GeniusConnect config->Database Tab 6.Right Click the folder->Advanced->"Add/Edit Outlook Filter"
Enter: @SQL=here your query Example: @SQL="urn:schemas:calendar:dtstart" >= 'last month'
If you are not using DASL filter you can enter the filter directly without "@SQL=" keyword.
I have a question concerning the Filters for Outlook 2003, what type of language and / or variables are available for the filter? Because I am trying to synchronize only the daily emails so I setup this rule "[ReceivedTime] >= ToDay" which works fine but it doesn't synchronize the emails recieved between 00:00:00 till about 7:00:00 something like that.
I just want to tell you that I find the problem.. it's a little bit currious but it works. If you change in "tools -> options -> option of the calendar " and set the time of the begining of the day at 00:00 the filter import all the mails of the day. :-)