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HTTPMail, Mail.app, and the Junk mail folder
Authored by: MacDork on Sep 16, '03 10:31:32AM

Considering Mail.app's junk filter is so much better than Hotmail's, I simply turned OFF hotmail's filter completely, and let Mail handle it.

This works rather nicely for me and creates very few false positives.



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Little Typo
Authored by: dnsstaiger on Sep 16, '03 12:34:51PM

I guess there is a little typo in the submitted hint: because Junk Mail is a Folder, one has to write

rm -r Junk\ Mail.mbox

on line 2



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Another Little Typo
Authored by: Brock Lee on Sep 16, '03 01:10:58PM

Except that backslash is necessary!!! So it should be:

rm -r Junk\ Mail.mbox

Note: this comment is based on the orignal comment; I don't use HTTPMail and don't know the actual names that it uses. But if a space is in a file or folder name, it has to be quoted somehow, and one way is to precede it with a backslash.



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Another Little Typo
Authored by: Bobson on Sep 16, '03 01:58:31PM
Choose between:
rm -r "Junk Mail.mbox" or
rm -r Junk\ Mail.mbox

Both work, but you have to have either the quotes or the 's. Otherwise, you're telling it to delete a folder called "Junk" and a folder called "Mail.mbox"

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Another Little Typo
Authored by: Bobson on Sep 16, '03 01:59:49PM

Er, that's supposed to be 's

Apparently, \ gets removed when displayed...



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HTTPMail, Mail.app, and the Junk mail folder
Authored by: dogman69 on Sep 17, '03 01:30:09AM

JUST USE THE INSTALLER THAT IS ON SOURCEFORGE ALONG WITH HTTPMAIL. WHEN I SET UP I GET JUNK MAIL AND AY FOLDER I ADDED! DAMN! NO NEED FOR TERMINAL CODE!



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