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Training AOL Spam Filter using Thunderbird


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#1 shawnvw

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Posted 16 June 2011 - 08:10 PM

I use Thunderbird to read my AOL accounts. I've always been pretty satisfied with AOL's spam filter; even when it lets something through that's spam, I could let Thunderbird's spam filter catch it.

But what about the reverse problem? If see that AOL has marked something as Spam that I think is valuable, I have to log in to AOL's webmail site, go into the Spam folder, and mark the message as "Not Spam". Otherwise all similar mails in the future will be caught too.

Is there a way to use AOL's "Not Spam" button while still in Thunderbird?

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