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Junk Mail Controls Can Now Automatically Move Spam

Wednesday January 15th, 2003

Peter Lairo writes: "Another major milestone advancement for Mozilla: automatic move of junk mail! Woohoo!" The fixing of bug 181394 enables the 'Move incoming messages determined to be junk mail to' checkbox in the Junk Mail Controls dialogue. Messages are not yet moved if Junk Mail Controls are manually run.


#1 Extending the Fileter System

by kc7gza

Wednesday January 15th, 2003 10:32 PM

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I am curious, are there any plans to extend the junk mail filtering system into a generic filetering system? I have heard wonderful things about how great it works, and I would love to have "work", "personal", "xulplanet", "prefbar", "stupid forwards" and "spam" folders in my mail system and have every incomming email automatically placed in the correct folder. That might require a slight reworking of the underlying formula (acutally, now that I think about it, it probably wouldn't), but the reault would be a totally awesome AI filetering system like no other mail client in the world (at least none that I've ever heard of). I'd even help make it work if there was interest.

-- Aaron Andersen <http://www.XulPlanet.com/aaron/>