Server-Side Rules

How can I add more than one event on my SSR XLM file? I need to make a rule for internal and external mails but i only can add one of them.

If someone need to do the same here it is!
<account qualifiedName="UM_SYSTEM" ownerType="system">
<rulelist event="reception">
<rule description="Reception max recipients" group="all" active="yes" visible="yes">
<condition negation="no" junction="and">
<procCall>RulesPackage.myCondition1</procCall>
</condition>
<action>
<command tag="reject" />
<parameter>Param X</parameter>
</action>
</rule>
</rulelist>
<rulelist event="relay">
<rule description="Relay max recipients" group="all" active="yes" visible="yes">
<condition negation="no" junction="and">
<procCall> RulesPackage.myCondition2</procCall>
</condition>
<action>
<command tag="reject" />
<parameter>Param Y</parameter>
</action>
</rule>
</rulelist>
</account>
Good Luck!
Pedro

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