[MlMt] Not Junk emails on a fresh install
mailmate at learning-insights.eu
Thu Jan 17 07:23:51 EST 2019
Benny can explain that better but as far as I know, the junk state is
kept as the IMAP tag attached to the message. You may want to display
column “Raw tags” to see these.
On 17 Jan 2019, at 12:29, 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
> 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:
>>>> I uninstalled Mailmate and reinstalled it. Then I wanted to apply
>>>> the advice in the [Disabling Image Blocking for Trusted
>>>> 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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