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Re: [bug-mailutils] mu-mh questions

From: Pierre-Jean
Subject: Re: [bug-mailutils] mu-mh questions
Date: Thu, 08 Jun 2017 11:30:36 +0200

Thank you Sergey for your answers.

Sergey Poznyakoff writes:

> > Usually, you log in to your mail account, and move messages to and
> > from the spam folder on the server as to train its spam filter. Is
> > there a way to do this with mh?

> I don't quite get the idea.  Could you elaborate on it please?

Yes, I can elaborate. My mail provider puts the spam messages in a
folder called +Junk. If I move a message to that folder its spam
filter should learn to recognize such messages as spam, on the other side,
if I remove a message from that folder, it should not consider similar
messages as spams. With the usual imap clients, moving messages to and
from the +Junk folder is not a problem. It's not as easy with MH,
hence my request for advises.

> If you are using Emacs interface, then I'd suggest using Mailcrypt
> (https://www.emacswiki.org/emacs/MailCrypt).

Unfortunately, I don't use Emacs. I believe that my usage is out of
the range of MU-Mh.

> Passwords are normally stored in ~/.mu-tickets file (its format is
> described in http://mailutils.org/wiki/Mailutils_wicket).

Allright, I'll check the doc for mu-tickets.

Kind regards,

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