[Spambayes] training WAS: aging information

Mark Hammond mhammond at skippinet.com.au
Sat Feb 22 09:19:50 EST 2003

> > Do you have a specific suggestion here?  "Delete and Train
> > as Spam" looks way too big, at least for a top-level toolbar
> > item.
> Sadly, no. The best I can think of is "Train as Spam". (Or maybe
> the non-techie version, "Mark as Spam") After all, the button
> *doesn't* delete the message - it moves it to the spam folder,
> yes, but it doesn't delete it.

Maybe just "Spam!" and "Not Spam!"

> > We could create a new top-level "Spam Status" Window that shows
> > the progress of SpamBayes (with this window obviously being
> > able to be closed by the user).
> That would be nice, but it's certainly not essential...
> > By default, these toolbar items could perform the operation
> > and make the window visible.
> I don't like this. The buttons do their job nice and unobtrusively
> right now, lets not clutter things with extra windows popping up.


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