User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686; en-US; rv:1.3a) Gecko/20021212 Build Identifier: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686; en-US; rv:1.3a) Gecko/20021212 With Mozilla 1.3a, spam filters don't work anymore for me. I have a test profile which I used to test nightly builds pre-1.3, especially the spam filter, and those worked well. When I upgraded to 1.3a, this profile still identified incoming spam. I have another (main) profile, which I used with Mozilla 1.2.1. When I use this one with 1.3a, no spam is identified. Even after selecting a mail, marking it as junk and then running junk mail controls identifies it as non-junk. This problem also occurs if you create a new profile with Mozilla 1.3a. Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1. Create a new profile with Mozilla 1.3a 2. Create an email account, download some mail, and mark some of it as spam. Then select the mails you have just marked as spam, and run junk mail controls on them. Actual Results: All the messages are identified as non-junk. Expected Results: At least some of these mails should be considered junk mail, because the junk criteria were just trained with this set of mails. I know spam filters don't fire immediately, only when there's enough training data. However, I've marked a lot of stuff spam with Mozilla 1.3a, and filters still don't fire. This problem does not occur if the profile you are using has been run with junk mail controls enabled in some build prior to 1.3a (I don't kinow which one I ran last, probably something around Dec 10 or so). I consider this a major bug, since the spam filter is *the* reason people will upgrade to 1.3a.
Doesn't work on mine either: WinXP Previously using 1.2 (not 1.2.1) with one IMAP account. Uninstalled older version, installed 1.3a. Imported two pop email accounts, one with a several thousand messages, the other with tens of thousands of messages. Anticipating this feature, I've been saving my spam for the last few weeks and have a folder with 700+ spam. I marked them all junkmail, but new mail coming in doesn't get marked either way, and if I request the junkmail operation on the marked spam, it unmarks them. As stated above, this is *the* reason I upgraded. Hopefully it'll be easy to resolve in the short term, and fixed in the long term. -Adam
Addendum to above: I turned on the junkmail log, and there appears to be no log output (textbox is empty). I've restarted Mozilla several times to no avail. The imported pop accounts were both previously used on a seperate machine with 1.2 as well.
Hi, after further testing, I see I was wrong - the filters do fire now, they just took a bit more time than in the pre-releases (which makes perfect sense, since Mozilla 1.3a is more likely to be used by the public than nightlies). Sorry for the complaint!