Our web application emails us errors that occur in production, each of which has a unique subject and not all of which apply to me. For the errors that don't apply to my part of the app, I like to set a rule to move these to another folder based on what's in the subject. However, occasionally, one of the errors that usually doesn't apply to me does apply to me and the manager will forward the email to me so I can research the issue. The problem is that the forwarded email still contains the text of the original email's subject, so it gets picked up by my rule and moved to another folder.
What I want to do is set up a rule where the subject equals "Whatever Site Error". This way, when the boss forwards me the email where the subject is "FW: Whatever Site Error", the rule won't pick it up since the "FW: " piece makes it no longer match the condition in my rule.
I've looked into setting up a VBA macro that handles my rules, but that's just way too complex. So is there a way to do what I would like to do here?
Update: I have found a working solution that serves my purpose, but I would still like to know if there's a "subject equals" filter rather than "subject contains". My work-around solution is to put a rule constraint not only on the subject, but on the sender, as well. Since these errors are initially sent from "Site Support", I can set up my rule to look at the sender. This way, if my boss forwards me one of those emails, the sender constraint will return false and the email will default to my inbox.