[kde-linux] POP Filters
derrick_s at tesco.net
Fri Oct 19 17:37:15 UTC 2007
On Friday 19 October 2007 08:58, david inscribed thus:
> Werner Joss wrote:
> >> Gaffer. wrote:
> >> Anyway, are there any GUI Linux mail clients that have the
> >> ability to let the user delete mail from the server without
> >> having to download it first?
> > well, as already stated, kmail's pop filter _can_ do this,
> > although it seems to not work as expected under some
> > circumstances
> > (maybe a problem at the ISP's server ?).
> I thought the original poster's problem was that KMail's POP filter
> was only able to delete mail marked as spam AFTER it had downloaded
> the mail?
> I prefer to download the mail and do my spam filtering here, where
> I control it, rather than trusting what could be a misguided Spam
> Assassin installation provided by the ISP ...
My understanding is that "POP Filter" can delete mail from the
server. "Mail Filters" sorts mail after download from the server.
Please see previous posts.
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