[MlMt] Getting SpamSieve to work with Junk folder of source account

Robert Brenstein mailmate at learning-insights.eu
Thu Aug 5 08:42:59 EDT 2021

Have you told the spam filters that those are good messages? You need to 
train spamsieve ;-)
If that does not help, check the blacklist in the spamsieve and remove 
any wrong entries.

On 5 Aug 2021, at 14:25, Gavan Schneider via mailmate wrote:

> Greetings all
> I am using SpamSieve and have all the setup done as per 
> instructions… and all the messages in my normal input stream get a 
> SpamSieve score.
> My problem is with one account where some messages are in that 
> account’s “Junk” folder and therefore appear in the consolidated 
> “Junk” folder. They are not getting a SpamSieve score (and are 
> mostly not spam). What extra steps are needed so SpamSieve gets to 
> process these messages?
> My system: MailMate/5820/…/x86_64/iMac18,2/4 macOS 11.5
> Many thanks in advance
> Gavan Schneider
> ——
> Gavan Schneider, Sodwalls, NSW, Australia
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> wrong.
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