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Uncertain folder
October 3, 2009
2:41 am
cameleon
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Hi,

I love this add-on but I don'twant to bother with the uncertain folder, I am just intersted to

see the spam score of the messages. With the last realease of Junquilla and TB3beta4 I

can not delete the uncertain folder, it comes back each time I close and reopen Thunderbird...

Do you think you could provide an option to completly disable this feature?

October 5, 2009
5:21 pm
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The option to turn off the uncertain folders exists, but does not work. It's one of the bugs that I will fix when I update this extension. I expect to do that in the near future.

February 25, 2010
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Whether it's junquilla or the 3.0 thunderbird update , but my junk mail is no longer terminally dumb .

However , how do I clear the Uncertain folder after having catagorized and deleted the junk messages without deleting the ok messages which generally I've left in my Inbox or moved elsewhere ?

March 1, 2010
10:29 am
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Sorry for the slow delay in responding.

The whole point of the Uncertain folder is to force you to train messages that are uncertain, either as good or junk. Once you train a message, it should be removed from the Uncertain folder. The easiest way to do this is with the keyboard, "j" for junk and "shift-j" for good.

March 1, 2010
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It's the  shift-j  that I needed a clue about .

September 1, 2012
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