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Improve Squirrelmail compatibility with Mail in Server
Authored by: edinger on Aug 11, '11 02:44:15PM

Dear poster. I came across your thread in the search for a solution to an annoying problem that I'm encountering with OSX Mail and my webhosts IMAP mail service, running squirrelmail.

We are 4 people hooked up to the same mail account, all have it setup in OSX mail as an IMAP account. We take turns watching/reading/replying to incoming mails, hence that setup.

But, the problem is when we receive junk mail. Some junk mail will end up in the junk email folder, while some other junk mail winds up in a sub-folder of "inbox". Now, in the beginning I just deleted the contents of the that sub-folder, as well as the sub-folder itself. But next time, the junk email would appear in a sub-sub-folder. Thick headed as I am, I now have subx12-folder with junk mail.

I can't seem to work out a solution and neither can my web/mail host.

Does anyone here know of a working solution?
Let me know if you need any detailed info...

Thanks in advance!


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