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 junk email in inbox tools>marked the email as junk little icon appears indicating junk status tools>run junk mail controls the icons of the junk mail go away and the junk mail remains Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1 tools>marked the email as junk 2 little icon appears indicating junk status 3 tools>run junk mail controls the icons of the junk mail go away and the junk mail remains Actual Results: the icons of the junk mail go away and the junk mail remains Expected Results: junk mail should go away and a log of the junk mail is updated to reflect the changes to the junk mail filter
I don't think its that simple. The junk mail filter uses a statistical approach based on training from multiple junk and non-junk emails. If the statistics say an email is not junk, then marking one email as junk may not be sufficient to tip the balance. To really prove that this isn't working you should receive the email many times, say 100, and then check it. 100 identical emails should force the statistics to classify that email (and anything remotely like it) as junk.
Worksforme with 2003-01-13 commercial trunk. Marking as junk, then running junk controls does not take the junk icon away from the recently marked message(s). We have just recently turned on the move to junk folder portion of the feature, and this doesn't yet work when running controls on folder/selected messages (ref: bug 181394, bug 180029). Please reopen if you're still having same problem and provide a bit more detail for reproduction of the problem, and better yet -- try a current build, too.