Hey all, I'm trying to use the tPop component to pull all emails from an account that has an exact subject line. I believe the tPop component uses a regex expression to apply filters in the Advanced Settings area. So, I've tried to setup a filter on Subject that looks something like this: "(\\W|^)THIS\\sIs\\sATest\\sof\\stPop(\\W|$)" I believe this should be filtering on all emails where the subject is: THIS Is ATest of tPop I have a test email in my inbox that matches the exact pattern, but when i run the component, i'm not getting anything back. If, however, i remove the filter, i will get emails from the component, so i know the general setup of the component is correct. So, obviously, I have an issue with my filter. I am still learning my way with Regex. I assume this should be pretty straightforward, but I can't seem to make it work? Any help would be much appreciated! thanks! arawan
Hi Arawan If you only wan to get the email "THIS Is ATest of tPop", just type it in the filter. Then you will get it. If your requiement is more complex, please tell us which word you want to filter. Regards, Pedro
thank you Pedro. That was the first thing i tried and when it didn't work, i assumed i had to put it into regex syntax. Maybe there's something else going on then... I'm pointing this at a gmail account, using pop3. When I set the component to return 10 email messages, with no filter, i get the 10 earliest emails from the account. I just ran a test trying to filter based on After date("dd-MM-yyyy") and set the value to "15-07-2012". This also did not return any emails, however I most certainly do have emails dated after July 15, 2012. any ideas on what i'm doing wrong?? It seems like the component is only returning data if i have no filter set?