Another Message Rules problem.
If Mail Account is selected in the creation of of a rule all of the contents are deleted when the rule is closed by selecting OK. The rule is created but it is empty.
If an existing rule has an additional rule added during an edit session using Mail Account as the premise, the line in the rule for Mail Account is deleted when OK is selected. The existing rules remain.
Please post a screenshot of how you select "Mail Account". So far I could not reproduce
In the Message Rules window Select the Rule>Select Edit
In the Mail Rule window Select + to add a new Filter entry
Select down arrow on extreme left entry box that the Select + action opened; Select Mail Account
Center item is changed automagically to "is" - OK with me; I don't touch this
Select down arrow on extreme right filter box and Select email account to be used
The destination folder in the Select Actions area in the lower part of the window is untouched.
Select OK in the Message Rules window.
Repeat the process to open Message Rules window and edit the filter just updated
The entry that was added is NOT there. It should be the third entry in the Mail Rule; only the original two are present.
I don't know what a screen shot of the window is going to do to help you and as a result I have not included it.
I can do that but I would think that the above description should be sufficient.
I have only four email accounts entered in the software are the minute. They all appear in the Mail Rule window during the process of selecting the email account to be filtered. I will be adding many more once I can get things working.
It would be a HUGE plus for me if you can add filters for cc and bcc to the Conditions for incoming messages. I have to believe that I am not the only one who would like to have more granularity to filter incoming email.
I also doubt that I am the only one who will be using many email accounts (I need 16 to just get started with EPim). I receive lots and lots of email and being able to sort it on arrival is absolutely critical for productivity reasons. Who has time to move every incoming email to a folder? Being able to automate this process is going to be an absolute requirement for EPim if you are going to grow sales and move into more business environments.
Hope this helps...