Monday, June 5, 2006

Annoyance in Smart Mailboxes

I wanted to find out how many non-spam messages were marked as spam by DSPAM, before I increase the DSPAM score.  I thought that a Smart Mailbox would be the best way to see the list of the messages.  The problem problem is that it is not possible to create a Smart Mailbox based from an arbitrary header.

It is possible to create a filter to copy the messages to a new mailbox from any header, but that mailbox is not automatically updated when messages are added or deleted from the main mailboxes.

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