davida at ActiveState.com
Sun Apr 6 18:38:38 EDT 2003
Meyer, Tony wrote:
>Quick question for the IMAP'ers:
>How do you want to train? Three easy answers (but feel free to add your
>(a) By moving a message into a 'train as ham' or 'train as spam' folder.
>Once trained, the spam messages could be moved into a 'spam' folder -
>the ham ones could be moved into a 'ham' folder, but I'm not sure that I
>could move them back into their _original_ folder.
>(b) Via the web ui, like pop3proxy.
>(c) By forwarding mail to a (locally caught) spam/ham address, like
>smtpproxy (which would in fact work unaltered).
(c) isn't useful to me without doing a lot of .procmail work (I can't
create new mail accounts willy nilly).
(b) is a fallback, but too much an out-of-process
(a) is probably best, as long as I can label several folders as being
"train as ham" -- I don't want to destroy my existing folder hierarchy.
(d) Ideally: by a "delete with prejudice" button in my email client
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