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    29 Now, after having a list of possible Sender Identities retrieved from the email headers, you might choose to reduce the number of them by filtering them to addresses that only match specific criteria. Filtering applies each filter to each possible Sender Identity. Any possible Sender Identities that do not match are discarded. For example, if you own the domain example.com, you might wish to filter the list down to Identities that have '@example.com' in it.
     29Now, after having a list of possible Sender Identities retrieved from the email headers, you might choose to reduce the number of them by filtering them to addresses that only match specific criteria. Filtering applies each filter to each possible Sender Identity. Any possible Sender Identities that do not match are discarded. For example, if you own the domain example.com, you might wish to filter the list down to Identities that have 'ຈexample.com' in it. (using Lao letter Co 'ຈ' for '@' to prevent email obfuscation - please use '@' instead)
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    31 The simplest way to do this is to add a string to the filter list as '@example.com'. This will ensure that only Identities that have 'example.com' are used. But, it will also include identities from domains such as '@example.command.org'. This can be prevented by using regular expressions for filters.
     31The simplest way to do this is to add a string to the filter list as 'ຈexample.com'. This will ensure that only Identities that have 'example.com' are used. But, it will also include identities from domains such as 'ຈexample.command.org'. This can be prevented by using regular expressions for filters.
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    33 Virtual Identity can handle complex regular expressions when filtering. [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Regular_expression Regular expressions] is a good reference. To use regular expressions enclose a properly formatted regular expression in slashes ('/') and make it a filter. The filter '/@example.com$/' will match all and, only those email addresses, which are from the domain example.com.
     33Virtual Identity can handle complex regular expressions when filtering. [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Regular_expression Regular expressions] is a good reference. To use regular expressions enclose a properly formatted regular expression in slashes ('/') and make it a filter. The filter '/example.com$/' will match all and, only those email addresses, which are from the domain example.com.
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    3535You can use multiple filters, one per line, to reorder the resulting list of Identities. Potential Sender Identities matching the first filter will be higher in the list than those matching the second, and so on. This change in ordering might affect the final choice of your Senders Identity.