As a follow up what controls when these two folders are available to the client? They show up for me but not for other people I setup. And yes at least the "Train is Spam" folder deletes the message. I'm not sure about the other one. I wish that you could drag messages whose subjects have SPAM in it into the "Train NOT Spam" folder and have it strip the SPAM subject and move it to the inbox (assuming it was in the spam folder).
On Mar 17, 2011, at 11:09 AM, Nelio Vieira wrote:
> Hello there,
> What are those IMAP folders "-Train Is Spam-" and "-Train Not Spam-", in Ver 5.x?
> The myrbl manual (http://netwinsite.com/surgemail/help/myrbl.htm) says that IMAP moving messages to the "Spam" folders trains the server, but doesn't say nothing about these.
> Do their messages get deleted? If so, when?
> Nelio Vieira.
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