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RyeGuyWpg

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I am diligent in marking messages that are Spam and because of this, I find that I have to log into the Webmail client to mark them as spam. Is there a way to do this diretly from Apple Mail instead of having to log into the Webmail client to mark an item as Spam?
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http://www.kerio.com/manual/kmsug/en/sect-applemailbayes.htm l

Spam messages can be marked in any IMAP client:
* by moving from any folder to the Junk E-mail - mark as a spam
* by moving from the Junk E-mail to the Inbox - mark as not spam (ham)
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RyeGuyWpg

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Thanks for the quick response.
I find that at times, I get a high volume of spam and as long as I mark them as spam, it subsides for a while so that's why I want to make sure I do it correctly.
Thx.
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Kerio_pdobry wrote on Wed, 29 April 2009 16:24

http://www.kerio.com/manual/kmsug/en/sect-applemailbayes.htm l

Spam messages can be marked in any IMAP client:
* by moving from any folder to the Junk E-mail - mark as a spam
* by moving from the Junk E-mail to the Inbox - mark as not spam (ham)


Are we sure that it is only moving to the Inbox that marks it as ham, not moving it anywhere else?

I ask because we are seeing a lot of spam with low/negative scores on the Bayes filter. I was wondering whether deleting the spam from the Junk E-mail folder using an email client that uses a folder called "Trash" as its deleted items folder might be misinterpreted as marking it as ham.
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