Could it be the order of the rules?  I would put the junk rule above the
mailing list rule, so it fires first.  If you've already done that, no idea.


On 3/20/09 9:09 AM, "Roger S. Cohen" <ro...@rogercohen.com> wrote:

> I made a rule to try to auto-junk that spam which has been coming through to
> the list from
> 
> <onl...@rzb.ro>
> 
> But my rule is not working.
> 
> My rule says:
> 
> If
> From Contains onl...@rzb.ro
> 
> Then
> Change status     Junk E-mail
> Move message      Junk E-Mail (On My Computer)
> [x] Do not apply other rules to message that meet these criteria
> [x] Enabled
> 
> 
> However, those messages are still being handled by the Mailing List Manger
> rule I have set for the Entourage list. The spams are going to my Entourage
> List folder.
> 
> When I select those spams manually in the Entourage List folder, and then do
> Message -> Apply Rule -> "onl...@rzb.ro is junk", then the message is marked
> and moved to the Junk E-mail folder.
> 
> I wonder why my Rule is not working.
> 
> Entourage 2004, Mac OS 10.4.11.
> 
> 
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