[kdepim-users] kmail question
o.sinclair at gmail.com
Fri Oct 9 04:40:24 BST 2015
On 08/10/2015 17:15, Peter Humphrey wrote:
> On Thursday 08 October 2015 14:30:41 O. Sinclair wrote:
>> On 08/10/2015 12:26, Anders Lund wrote:
>>> Torsdag den 8. oktober 2015 12:13:14 skrev O. Sinclair:
>>>> On 08/10/2015 11:52, Sandro Knauß wrote:
>>>> I remember this from earlier versions of KMail/Akonadi and I have a
>>>> feeling (no can not verify) that is a Bogofilter issue. Personally I
>>>> use Spambayes and CRM114, I have never found Bogofilter to be very good.
>>> Bogofilter does what it says it will do. The filter set up by the kmail
>>> filtering action adds a header and possibly moves the mail. The error must
>>> be in akonadi, or else the filter action kmail sets up is wrong.
>>> Use IMAP, and the problem will vanish :)
>> No it wont - I use IMAP on most of my accounts these days (offline
>> download to access mail while .. offline) and still see various issues
>> with multiple copies of incoming email etc. And I am not the only one.
>> As to the "keep left.." and so on it went away for me when I switched to
>> Spambayes. A totally personal experience and I can be wrong - but I
>> never found Bogofilter reliable.
> How does spamassassin compare? I'm using that but I don't know how effective it
> is. I too keep getting duplicates of filtered messages; in some cases,
> displaying the first of the duplicates causes the other to disappear, but
> mostly it doesn't.
I don't know as I have not used it myself. For historical reasons I am
fond of CRM114 (takes some training but then almost always gets it
right) and the few spam it misses normally Spambayes picks up
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