So this may be a real stupid question, but that's never stopped me before...
I've used Thunderbird since it came out and have been using its built in
Junk filters. It does a pretty darn good job and I've been happy with it. I
leave Thunderbird running on a computer full-time and it certainly makes
life simpler on my mobile devices. The occasional spam that gets through
Thunderbird to my inbox I simply move to the Junk folder. False positives at
this point is basically nil.
If I subscribe to the Spam folder and change my settings in Thunderbird to
use the Spam folder instead of the Junk folder, will this help train
Surgemail system-wide or will it be localized to me? If it's just me, can I
change settings so that it affects things system-wide?
On 4/17/16 4:04 PM, surgemail-support wrote:
> In thunderbird you will need to use the 'subscribe' option to find and add
> the spam folder.
> You can make this automatic by setting:
> g_imap_auto_subscribe "Spam"
> I think that should make it happen automatically.
> On 16/04/2016 10:32 a.m., surgemailHIDDEN@etwinsite.com wrote:
>> I have updated to the latest SurgeMail version. I used the migration
>> feature since I was moving to a new server. In the web client, I see my
>> migrated IMAP folders along with the "Spam" folder. However, I do not see
>> this Spam folder in Thunderbird. Should I be seeing this Spam folder in
>> my desktop client?
>> Thunderbird 38.7.2 on Windows 10
>> Server OS: Debian 8 (Jessie).
>> SurgeMail Version 7.1e-1, Built Nov 14 2015 13:29:00, Platform Linux_64
>> (Surgeweb Enabled)
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