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netphreak

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Hi, my first post here Smile

After evaluating Kerio for some days I have found a few things annoying me a little (that said - I must say I'm impressed with what Kerio MailServer can deliver!).

The thing that bothers me most is that spam messages moved to spam folder is not marked as read... But worse - I can't find a way to mark messages as read by manually creating rules either?

There must be a way to do this?

Thank you Smile
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sgongola

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I also don't see a way to set such a flag using kerio webmail scripts. Curiously, why does it matter for spam and what are you trying to do that you need to set the spam email to "read" automatically if it has net yet been read by someone?
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netphreak

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The reason? Easy enough - there will always be a number of spam messages delivered to the clients - depending on your business there's users who can't have too strict spam rules. I'd rather give users a few too many mails... For some users this can easily be 10 - 20 messages a day.

Maybe it doesn't make sense to everyone to mark these messages as read, since they are not. But I know the question will come!

But hey, if I'm the only one with this wish, I'm probably thinking wrong. It happens Wink
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chrwei

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you aren't the only one. a lot of spam tools have this option. I think the reason it's currently not an option is that there is no rule action to mark as read.

Outlook and Thunderbird both have "mark as read" rule actions available, so a better question than "why would you want this?" is "why should Kerio NOT have it?".
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