On Sat, 2007-06-16 at 04:33 -0400, Bob Goodwin - W2BOD wrote: > David Boles wrote: > > > 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. > > > > > > 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. > > > > > I think I have probably clicked on "Not Junk" more than fifty times on > your messages over recent weeks, it still hasn't "learned," apparently > thinks I'm wrong? I leave that and the limitation on image display > running, turned of the spam detect function and whatever else it > offers to do for me. > > I also like to limit the size of attachments downloaded since I have > some correspondents who will send huge files that I don't care to open > and have the option to simply delete. I receive almost no spam, > probably because I don't browse to places inviting it? > > The mail filters are really good, when I get political diatribes I > simply filter the sender and they are gone and their off-topic ravings > no longer disturb me! Different mailing lists go into different > directories, for the most part it works well for me ... Black background and white lettering on an email? Now THAT is different, and weird. I used that on my terminals, but that's it. -- Mike Chambers Madisonville, KY "Best little town on Earth!"