[Spambayes] Spambayes outlook plugin

Tony Meyer tameyer at ihug.co.nz
Thu Mar 10 01:08:20 CET 2005

> If you're using Exchange, there's no obvious reason why
> you couldn't make your spam folders be public folders,
> which can have permissions assigned to them. (I haven't
> tried it, but the public folders do show up in the Spambayes
> browse lists.)

If you do try this, I would be interested to know if it works.  There is an
open bug report (or two, maybe?) that describe problems with filtering
public folders.  As Bob said, the folders do show up in the lists, and
unfortunately that's as far as I can test, because I don't have the ability
to create a public folder to pay around with.  It may be that filtering
public folders just doesn't work.  It might also be that it's a simple fix
to get them to.  I'm just not sure.


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