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Re: IMAP extensions needed for SPAM/HAM and WHITE/BLACK listing
On 3 jul 2009, at 1:05, George Michaelson wrote:
As an example, at the moment if I wish to inform google that I have
known spam in local folders, I have to go to the web interface and
manually tag. If there was an IMAP extension, I could review my
local baysian junk folder, remove all non-spam (and flag the senders
as white-listed if need be), and request the rest to be flagged as
spam back on the IMAP backed MS.
Doesn't moving the spam messages to the spam folder accomplish this
already? That's what my client does.
But if you want this, I'd say that it needs to be a fractional thing,
not a binary spam/no spam indication. For instance, the server could
give something a spam score of 2 and the client also 2 and together
that would be 4 so the message is presumed to be spam (assuming the
spam threshold is 3), but in a binary system no spam OR no spam = no