Re: [Evolution] Evolution and Gmail's spam filter

Oh, and how can I have Evo download full messages in Inbox but not in any other folders? Sorry for all the messages, I just keep forgetting things I want to ask :)
On Tue, 2007-11-06 at 22:25 -0400, Patrick O'Callaghan wrote:
Try setting up a filter with the test "Message is Junk" and the action
"Move to Folder". Let us know if it works :-)


On Tue, 2007-11-06 at 21:11 -0500, Caleb Marcus wrote:
> Gmail's spam filter doesn't always catch everything, and I'd like to
> use Evolution's SpamAssassin support to filter my inbox as well.
> However, Evolution doesn't give me an option of what to do when a
> message is marked or detected to be spam... it just applies its own
> spam label. I'd like for it to move the message to Gmail's spam folder
> so I don't have to deal with issues stemming from Gmail's
> interpretation of Evolution's "deleted" tags, as well as other
> problems it has, so I'd like the ability to just set it to move it to
> Gmail's spam folder. 
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