Click or drag to resize

ER.Shared.Settings.Filters Namespace

The collection of classes representing conditions/exceptions of rules. When a message is processed, the program evaluates these conditions/exceptions.
Classes
  ClassDescription
Public classFilter
The filter that forms a part of the logical expression.
Public classFilterCollection
The collection of filters that form a logical expression.
Public classFilterNot
The filter that negates the logical expression.
Public classFilterOr
The filter representing logical OR operator.
Public classFilterUser
The base for all filters working upon email users. Each filter has a common pattern that identifies its reference: either sender or recipient of an email.
Public classFilterUserAdProperty
The filter responsible for checking users' properties in Active Directory.
Public classFilterUserDisabled
The filter responsible for checking if a user is disabled in Active Directory.
Public classFilterUserDistinguishedNameBased
The base for conditions that are comparisons of the given distinguished name, e.g. User is, user is member of, user belongs to organization unit.
Public classFilterUserExternal
The filter responsible for checking if a user is external.
Public classFilterUserInternal
The filter responsible for checking if a user is internal.
Public classFilterUserIsAdGroup
The filter responsible for checking if a defined user is the given group in Active Directory.
Public classFilterUserIsAdUser
The filter responsible for checking if a defined user is the given user in Active Directory.
Public classFilterUserIsMemberOfGroup
The filter responsible for checking if a user belongs to the particular group in Active Directory.
Public classFilterUserOrganizationalUnit
The filter responsible for checking if a user belongs to the particular Organizational Unit.
Public classFilterUserSmtpAddress
The filter responsible for checking if a defined user has a particular SMTP email address assigned in Active Directory.
Enumerations
  EnumerationDescription
Public enumerationEnumPersonType
It is used in Sender is... and Recipient is... conditions. It defines if a particular condition refers to the sender or the recipient.