[Spambayes] Spam Score Field in Outlook Plugin
StevenAZimmerman at comcast.net
Sat Feb 28 13:02:49 EST 2004
I'm using Outlook 2002. For unscanned folders, the column is there; it's
just completely empty. As I mentioned, there's definitely a startup problem
where not all folders get this revised view initially, and until it's well
established in all of them, it may even disappear. I've seen this problem
in all versions of Outlook when adding any fields via any method to an
established view. So it may take a little coaxing (at worst) to get this
permanently established in your view. But it's a lot easier than creating
this field manually in every single folder.
From: Coe, Bob [mailto:rcoe at CambridgeMA.GOV]
Sent: Saturday, February 28, 2004 7:36 AM
To: Steve Zimmerman
Cc: spambayes at Python.org
Subject: RE: [Spambayes] Spam Score Field in Outlook Plugin
I think you'll find that if you try to apply that view to a folder that has
not been scanned (i.e., not all messages have the "Spam" field), Outlook
will remove the Spam field from the view. I think (although I'm not certain
of this) that the removal is effective in all folders thenceforth. To avoid
the problem, scan each folder before applying the view to it.
My experience is with Outlook 2000 (under Windows 2000 and XP), so I can't
be certain that more recent Outlook versions will exhibit the same behavior.
From: spambayes-bounces at python.org [mailto:spambayes-bounces at python.org]On
Behalf Of Steve Zimmerman
Sent: Saturday, February 28, 2004 3:03 AM
To: spambayes at python.org
Subject: [Spambayes] Spam Score Field in Outlook Plugin
Your documentation states that it is necessary to manually add this field in
every folder where you want it. However, there is a way to make this part
of a standard view (such as "Messages") so that it automatically appears in
every folder with that view. First, make sure that the "Advanced" toolbar
is displayed; this contains a dropdown box with the current view selected.
Next, add the Spam Score Field as per your documentation, and position and
size it the way you want. Finally, click in the dropdown box so that the
current view is highlighted, and hit Enter. The current column layout is
now the standard for the selected view. The first time certain folders are
selected they may not show this column, but clicking to a different folder
and then clicking back to them fixes this problem.
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