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Does the Junk filter learn from unmarked Junk?
Authored by: capitalj on Oct 27, '06 06:37:13AM

No, you were clear. Maybe the Help message is unclear (or maybe I have misinterpereted it - bit I don't think so)

If you don't use the "Move messge to Junk" option, junk mail is labeled so you can distinguish it from non-junk mail.

If you do use the "Move message to Junk" option, it is assumed that Mail has been trained and messages are properly filtered and don't need to be individually marked because they are already collectively isolated in the Junk mailbox.

It would be nice to have the option to do both.

You can also use shift-command-j to manually mark selected messages as junk.

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