If the Type tag is set to Literal, this tells the filter to search on the text entered in to the Text tag. For example, you could enter the literal text Fire Department if you wanted the filter to key off of the literal text "Fire Department" (without the quotes).
This tag supports the following boolean parameters:
* - Multiple Character Wildcard
For example, fire* would find fire, firewood, fireplace, fireman and similar.
? - Single Character Wildcard
For example, fire? would fine fires, fired but would not find fire.
~ as first character means start of section/file
~ as last character means end of section/file
For example, ~12345~ would only read 12345. Without the ~ before and after the string, the filter would recognize 12345 in 0123456.
This tag also supports the following variables:
%Recipient% - the current value for Recipient
%Sender% - the current value for Sender
%Message% - the current value for Message
%All% - the current value for All of the text
%Temp% - the current value for the Temp variable
\ - following 3 digits are a decimal character value. See Below.