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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.


#28 Notification of only non-junk emails?

by neilcreek <neil@creek.name>

Sunday January 19th, 2003 9:54 PM

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This is a fantastic feature, and I really appreciate it! It's great having spam automatically moved out of my in box. I've had very few false positives, and by making them as non junk, I'm elimnating that problem.

The one thing that I think is still needed is to tweak new mail notification. I leave my mail client open all the time, and as new mail is downloaded, I am notified with a tone and the popup status window at the bottom right. Unfortunately, I am still notified, even if all that has been downloaded is junk. The junk emails have been identified as such, and already moved into the junk folder. Obviously, I don't want to be notified with I get junk! Could it be possible to cause the notification only when a non-junk email has been downloaded?