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    All,

    Following the 2.9.2 update - there are some additional steps in the manual (http://c-command.com/spamsieve/manua...pam-mailbox-on) about storing the Spam messages on the Server. I have three accounts (work, GMail and iCloud) that are all IMAP-based. How do I vary the folder for each of those accounts since the instructions in the manual don't show how to vary it by account?

    Thanks in advance - Jon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jsturtridge View Post
    How do I vary the folder for each of those accounts since the instructions in the manual don't show how to vary it by account?
    Please see the Separate Spam Mailboxes for Each Account page.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Tsai View Post
    Here's a bit of a tricky related question...

    I have SS sorting into server-based spam folders for my accounts - I'm using Apple Mail. However, I also have some spam coming from other email addresses that have been forwarded to one of the accounts. The automatic rule works fine - it shows the forwarded mail coming to a certain account and SS files it properly. However, when I'm sitting at my desk and training SS (i.e., Train as Spam) and it's a forwarded email, SS puts it into a local Spam folder that I never use, probably because that email isn't technically in the account it's been forwarded to. Hopefully this makes sense.

    Is there a way to train into the correct server-based folder?

    Thanks,
    Robin

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    Quote Originally Posted by RFBriggs View Post
    Is there a way to train into the correct server-based folder?
    Please see Using a Spam Mailbox on the Server.

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    Perfect, thanks!

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