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on 6/15/2007 5:42 PM, Bob Goodwin - W2BOD wrote:
> David Boles wrote:
>   
>> on 6/15/2007 4:29 AM, Bob Goodwin - W2BOD wrote:
>>   
>>     
>>> David Boles wrote:
>>>   
>>>     
>>>       
>>>> This getting strange and more strange by the message. I see *nothing*
>>>> like any of you have described. All is as it should be for me.
>>>>
>>>> I am confused.
>>>>
>>>> - --
>>>>     
>>>>       
>>>>         
>>>     To add to the confusion David's messages always come with a yellow
>>>     bar indicating that Thunderbird thinks they are spam.  His is the
>>>     only source that does that?  I routinely click on the bar to kill it
>>>     without further thought but t-bird never learns as it should for
>>>     messages marked as junk?
>>>
>>>     Bob Goodwin
>>>     
>>>       
>> When I see a yellow bar at the top it means that there is something
>> wrong with the gpg signature that the person used to sign the message.
>> Usually it means that the signer has not published his public key so gpg
>> can't find it on any of the key servers to verify it. The 'spam warning'
>> should be red in color not yellow.
>>
>>   
>>     
> You are correct, the bar is yellow on this message, "Thunderbird thinks 
> this message is junk."  I was wrong, it does not call it spam.
>
> But it is there as usual on this message.  But that's not the only time 
> I get a yellow bar, I get it when thunderbird is "protecting" me from 
> showing images too, always get it on the stuff I get from Tiger Direct 
> and that's where the confusion came in.  I don't give it any thought in 
> your case or theirs, just click to kill it ...
>
> Sorry for the error.
>
> Bob Goodwin

Hmm... If "Thunderbird thinks this message is junk." that means TB
thinks it is Spam. Probably because of the signature. TB, for me, shows
that warning as a red warning.

You have two options. Ignore it for my message(s) or tell TB it, my
message, is not Spam. TB's Spam has to be 'trained' like this. You can
also have TB look a 'Scams'. But I find that feature a pain in the neck.

-- 

  David




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