[Spambayes] SB plug-in and Outlook 2003
Amir_Katz at bmc.com
Wed Sep 22 09:21:56 CEST 2004
1. I will try to get the log next time this happens.
2. Yes, in online mode SB works as before; in Offline mode it happens most
of the time. My impression is that SB is not invoked at all.
From: Tony Meyer [mailto:tameyer at ihug.co.nz]
Sent: Monday, September 20, 2004 08:55
To: 'Katz, Amir'; 'Spambayes mailing list'
Subject: RE: [Spambayes] SB plug-in and Outlook 2003
> I've recently upgraded to Outlook 2003 (from OL 2000) and I
> encountered this problem: at home, I start OL2003 in offline mode. At
> some point I connect to the Exchange server and perform the operation
> 'download Inbox headers'.
> Once all headers are retrieved from the server, I mark them (all or
> some) for download and connect again to the Exchange server. At this
> stage, the full mails are downloaded. So far, so good, no change from
> OL2000 to OL2003.
> However, at this point, with Outlook 2000, SpamBayes would kick in and
> start filtering. In OL2003, nothing happens - all mails are sitting in
> the Inbox. When I use the SB menu 'Filter Messages' and then 'Start
> filtering', only then the messages are filtered.
Does the log contain any error messages? Does it show any indication that a
new message has been received?
Is there any difference in behaviour between background filtering enabled
(Blind guesses, really).
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