As I was browsing ThinkSecret's latest batch of Panther Mail screenshots, it made me think of a feature I've always wanted in a mail program, as it relates to junk/spam..<br><br>Why can't we have the ability to right (or control-click for you one-buttoners)-click on a message, if it DOESN'T get classified as junk, and have an option to classify that address or domain as being that of spam?<br><br>This way, Mail could keep a running database of which domains or addresses were indeed spam, and they would never see the light of my inbox.<br><br>Just too many slipping through these days, and it's getting on my nerves..<br><br><br><br>[color:red]DaddyMac's MP3 to AAC conversion: left to go...</font color=red>
i think mail needs more than that for me to switch back full time on my main computer. i still use it on my laptop and i still have it on training mode for junkmail (and, i switched to mail on that computer back in the day). it still makes errors and often classifies an email from one of my students as junkmail. i can't take the chance of missing anything.<br><br>something little that i'd like to see is the ability to delete an attachment from an email without deleting the email. i can do this in entourage with ease, but i can't in mail.app. my students often send attachments that i save to my computer and then want to delete the attachment to free up space (some files are many MB), but cannot...i like saving all email correspondence in case there is a problem. i don't notice that in the few screenshots i viewed, but it would be nice.<br><br>[color:blue] -sean</font color=blue>
I may be completely off on this because I'm not at home now so I can't try it out for myself... However can't you just go into ~user/Library/Mail and isn't their an "attachment" or related folder in their where you can delete the associated files? (Like I said, I may be way off on that one)<br><br>I used to use Entourage and use Mail now just because I like the interface a little more, but I'm really looking forward to the new version of Mail in regards to treating address as objexts like Entourage<br><br>----<br>A computer without a Microsoft operating system is like a dog without bricks tied to its head.
---- Stupidity is like nuclear power. It can be used for good or evil.... and you don't want to get any on you.
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