I have set up a single main inbox for everything, as well as a bunch of aliases to group the incoming email by setting up an alias chain like this:
main@example .com (main inbox)
group_1@example .com -> main@example .com
group_2@example .com -> main@example .com
abababa@example .com -> group_1@example .com
sadadas@example .com -> group_1@example .com
fafafafaf@example .com -> group_2@example .com
The intent is that anything that goes through group_1@ gets sorted into a single folder, and everything that goes through group_2@ gets sorted into a different folder.
I have been only able to figure out how to create rules that cover the original aliases (such as abababa@ and fafafafaf@), but not the aliases that are in the middle of the chain (group_1@).
Can anybody assist me with a way to group based on the addresses in the middle? Otherwise that defeats the whole purpose of chaining the aliases and I’ll have to look into a different solution.
(Sorry for the spaces in example .com, new user limitations)