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Build Identifier: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.4a) Gecko/20030302
I like my filters such that almost everything goes straight into a folder
automatically. Things which end up in my inbox, I create a filter for that will
move it to the appropriate folder.
If I drag a mail from the inbox to a directory, it would suggest creating a
filter to do the same thing. maybe a dialog box (bit intrusive) that gave
options, ie based on full email, hostname, subject or other things.
Even better would be if it learned. ie if I drag 3 messages starting with
"[cvs] ..." to the cvs directory, it would suggest starts with "[cvs]" as a
Same for spam. If I drag a message to the spam folder, instead of deleting it.
don't ask me why. It should automatically me marked as Spam. Or more
importantly dragging a message out of the Spam folder would mark it as not spam.
Steps to Reproduce:
If something like this is done, it seems that it will be with the bayesian
filters, so marking as dup of Bug 181866 "Bayesian filters for more than spam"
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 181866 ***