[MlMt] Not Junk emails on a fresh install

Alexandru Nedelcu groups7 at alexn.org
Thu Jan 17 06:33:18 EST 2019

Actually I'm wrong, clicking on the "Not Junk" option again seems to 
reset that state.

But then I've got the loading spinner for my Archive while doing that, 
as if it's synchronizing, so where is this state being saved?

On 17 Jan 2019, at 13:29, Alexandru Nedelcu wrote:

> The Junk I can handle, the problem being that I've got messages 
> explicitly marked as "Not Junk".
> And that menu isn't helping, because it presents the choice as a 
> binary choice, with no way to reset to `null`:
> ![](cid:C8849ACD-0E8A-4BEF-AC9A-D7A929FAFF6D at alexn.org 
> "PastedImage.png")
> So what I'd like is for a way to reset all previous messages that were 
> explicitly marked as "Not Junk". For context I've had Spam Sieve 
> installed, configured to mark messages as "Not Junk" if the score is 
> under a threshold, but I want to reset whatever Spam Sieve did.
> If I have to reconfigure Mailmate form scratch, that's fine, but I 
> also don't know where it keeps this "Not Junk" setting (and I hope it 
> doesn't modify the emails themselves by attaching headers).
> On 17 Jan 2019, at 13:14, Robert Brenstein wrote:
>> Is it possible that they were marked as spam by your mail server, 
>> that is before they got into MM?
>> To change the status, there is an item under the Message menu called 
>> Junk State.
>> On 17 Jan 2019, at 11:22, Alexandru Nedelcu wrote:
>>> Also, given a list of messages, how I can reset their Not Junk (or 
>>> Junk) status?
>>> On 17 Jan 2019, at 11:30, Alexandru Nedelcu wrote:
>>>> Hello,
>>>> I uninstalled Mailmate and reinstalled it. Then I wanted to apply 
>>>> the advice in the [Disabling Image Blocking for Trusted 
>>>> Senders](https://blog.freron.com/2012/disabling-image-blocking-for-trusted-senders/) 
>>>> blog post.
>>>> However via the indicated rule on a "Smart Mailbox" 
>>>> ("Keywords/Tags" include "Not Junk"), I've got a whole set of 
>>>> emails that are marked as Not Junk already.
>>>> How can I start with an install that has no emails marked as "Not 
>>>> Junk"? Where is this information persisted? How can I delete it?
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