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4.6.9   Using a Spam Mailbox on the Server

We recommend having SpamSieve move your spam messages to Mail’s special Junk mailbox and configuring Mail so that the messages in this mailbox are stored on the mail server. Mail normally does this automatically, but you can check its preferences to be sure that it is set up to do this.

If you have multiple mail accounts, you’ll need to repeat the above for each account.

Now that incoming spam messages will go to the Junk mailbox on the server, that means they will also be visible on other Macs and iOS devices, and via Webmail. If you find a good message in the Junk mailbox and you’re at your Mac, use the SpamSieve - Train as Good command as normal. If you’re using an iPhone, iPad, Webmail, or a different Mac:

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