[SC-Help] Re: Enlighten me on this.
h9vzc2i02 at sneakemail.com
Fri Jul 23 11:04:37 EDT 2004
"Mike Easter" <MikeE at ster.invalid> wrote in message
news:cdrdi4$88q$1 at news.spamcop.net...
> Mike Easter wrote:
> > Yes. I think it is a good strategy to hide spams from those who would
> > be potentially spamcurious or spamreaders or spamconfused by
> > implementing good filtering methods, and to oversee what is being
> > hidden to finetune the filters.
> Or, another strategy would be to create a Junk and a Suspect, both
> hidden from her and separate from her Inbox.
In oe this is very easy to do.
Click on view -> layout and for the "folder list" checkbox: put a check mark
in the box (click apply) and the folder list appears where you can add your
"junk folders) leave it unchecked (click apply to switch views) for your
wife (this hides all the extra folders you create).
That way you can control the spam your filters put in your special folders
so she does not get to fool with them.
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