Re: [Asrg] Generally workable ways of adding a spam button to MUAs

Alessandro Vesely <vesely@tana.it> Mon, 08 February 2010 15:43 UTC

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Subject: Re: [Asrg] Generally workable ways of adding a spam button to MUAs
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On 08/Feb/10 13:22, Ian Eiloart wrote:
> [...] I'm simply claiming that the problem
> isn't a single problem (1. "how to report junk messages"). It's two
> problems: "2. how to report junk messages to an IMAP mailstore operator"
> and "3. how to report junk messages to a POP mailstore operator".

Ian, it seems to me that your feeling for problem #2 causes a 
misrepresentation of problem #3. I'd express them as

   Problem A: report spam for complaining (was #3)

   Problem B: tune servers' filters (was #2)

I don't think it's useful to try and solve both of them at the same time.