On 19.09.2016 at 14:42 Uhr +0200 Benny Kjær Nielsen apparently wrote:
Note that although MailMate follows some
conventions when handling junk mail (such as
marking them automatically $Junk when they are
moved to the Junk mailbox) then this might not
happen when using other email client. They might
use less standard keywords or nothing at all.
I do not use any other IMAP client. My other
client is POP only. As far as I know, it marks
the mails only as read on the server. MailMate
must be moving them later to the junk mailbox - I
am turning on Mailmate only sporadically.
Ok, you can use the following line in a Terminal
window to create a sample report for me (off
sample MailMate 5 -f ~/Desktop/sample_mailmate.txt
(Do it while MailMate is hanging.)
After those long hangs that I reported, I keep
getting the pizza spinning but too short each
time for me to switch to terminal and execute the
command. If I catch it, I send it to you.
Yes, you can do ridiculously complex things with
smart mailboxes, but I would certainly recommend
to try to keep it as simple as possible.
It is not so simple to make it simple when the
incoming stuff is complicated and not orthogonal.
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