Why?

Set your filters in your own inbox so that emails go into specific folders to help you keep on top of what is relevant to you and what is being circulated in the market.

However, if you filter all notifications@agents-society.com emails to do this, you may miss out on other important Agents Society emails, such as Match Requests and Match Messages!

We suggest making filters using the subject line of an email so you don't miss out on any opportunities headed your way! 

Rules you can set...


🔎 Filtering by circular emails

Disposal + Requirement Circulars
From = notifications@agents-society.com  AND subject line contains "→"

Just Disposal Circulars
From = notifications@agents-society.com AND content contains "Society Disposal."

Just Acquisition Circulars
From = notifications@agents-society.com ND content contains "Society Acquisition."


🔎 Filtering by match request emails

New Match Request
From = notifications@agents-society.com  AND subject line contains "←"

New Match Comment
From = notifications@agents-society.com  AND subject line contains "New Match Comment"

My disposal has been added to someones report
From = notifications@agents-society.com  AND subject line contains "✓ Disposal added to market report"


Update Outlook rules - https://support.office.com/en-gb/article/manage-email-messages-by-using-rules-c24f5dea-9465-4df4-ad17-a50704d66c59

Update Apple mail rules - https://support.apple.com/en-gb/guide/mail/mlhlp1017/mac

Update Gmail rules - https://support.google.com/mail/answer/6579?hl=en-GB

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