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I'd like to make a suggestion to the KMS development team:

There should be a "reserved" e-mail address on the server where SPAM can be redirected to so the server can "learn" which messages are SPAM. Maybe there can be a preference to specify the address that should do this. This would allow *ANY* user using *ANY* e-mail client to help the server identify SPAM more effectively. The server can "learn" about SPAM in 6.x, right? That's what those buttons are for in the webmail interface, right? Do those buttons affect the entire server or just the user?

I still have our company on 5.7.10 for now, until we can get all our users on Mac OS X to use the new webmail interface. BTW, why can't the webmail interface be made compatible with at least Netscape 7.02? So our lowly Mac OS 9 people can use the new webmail... (it's an ad agency, and almost all Mac)

- Mark

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I second the idea of a spam trap address. On a second note, I don't know how well the "training" is working. It doesn't seem to recognize similiar emails.

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