User mailboxes have more server-side rule options then shared mailboxes?

I was hoping to set up some server-side rules to keep a shared mailbox clean.  The goal was to have some rules to move incoming messages to specific folders based off words in the subject.  I opened the shared mailbox in OWA and found the action
of moving the message to a folder was not available.  At first I figured that's an action that's only available in a client-side rule.  However, I then found that in my user mailbox that action is available server-side.  It would appear there
are a number of other action that are available server side to user but not shared mailboxes.
Anybody else notice this?  Is this a bug?
Single Exchange 2013 SP1 server - nothing fancy.

Hi,
I have a test in my environment using Exchange 2013. We can use two methods to create rules in OWA. When I open shared mailbox via OWA to create rules, only one way is possible. I recommend you use this way to create rules in OWA and check the result. Here
is the detailed steps for your reference.
Click Setting icon (on the right corner) -> Options -> organize email -> New
Hope it helps.
Best regards,
Amy Wang
TechNet Community Support

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