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sonofcolin

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Is it possible to train SA from within a POP3 account? I don't think so, but maybe there is something I'm missing.

Our new POP3 users are using mainly The Bat! and Outlook for POP3.

If I turn off 'move spam to junk-email folder' then all mail arrives at the inbox and is marked as spam. However, how do they correct false positives or vice versa?

IMAP seems much easier :)
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sedell

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You can't train SA via POP3. It's got to be IMAP or KOC. But then, training via IMAP or KOC doesn't work at the moment either.

Scott
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sonofcolin

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Thanks. Thought as much.

SA traing does work for us via IMAP - not perfect, but it does learn most things.

Time to persuade some users to move their email to IMAP.
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Kerio_jthomas

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That's incorrrect. IMAP and KOC training does work.

Joshua Thomas
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rinzwind

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Just want to add a solution:

Create a user spam and add a rule to move everything to the junk e-mail folder. That's it. Instruct users to forward spam to this user. Tadaa.
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