I am receiving emails with test results from overnight automation testing. I used different filters to label all testing emails. One of them is to make failed email with red label—easy to see if anything went wrong.
The filter "subject" = "EduTester" & "Has the words" = "fail" stopped working for some emails.
Even if I search for the word "fail" using the search box the emails that 100% contain the word are not found.
Going through my emails I can see that this stopped working on around 20.9.2012
My Ruby scripts generate the emails and I send them as plain text and also as HTML.
If I go to "Show original" of the email that wasn't found by both the filter & search and search for "fail" string, I get like 20 hits of fail. For example
<BR>Overall result: fail<BR>
Any idea how to fix that?
the exported filter looks like
<?xml version='1.0' encoding='UTF-8'?><feed xmlns='http://www.w3.org/2005/Atom' xmlns:apps='http://schemas.google.com/apps/2006'> <title>Mail Filters</title> <id>tag:mail.google.com,2008:filters:1348814923241</id> <updated>2012-10-03T02:29:35Z</updated> <author> <name>Radek</name> <email>radek@com</email> </author> <entry> <category term='filter'></category> <title>Mail Filter</title> <id>tag:mail.google.com,2008:filter:1348814923241</id> <updated>2012-10-03T02:29:35Z</updated> <content></content> <apps:property name='subject' value='EDUtester'/> <apps:property name='hasTheWord' value='fail'/> <apps:property name='label' value='testing/EDUtester/failed'/> </entry> </feed>