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Users of Thunderbird, Mozilla of Netscape e-mail clinets can automatically filter e-mails from their e-mail INBOX that have been processed by the Lab's Spamassassin installation. To do this, you will need to add a filter rule to look for the X-Spam-Flag header; based on matches to this rule, you can delete, mark or move the spam to a separate folder.
The Lab staff does not recommend this, but users who wish to use the client's built-in spam scoring system will need to consult the following article: Using Mozilla Junk Mail Control.
When Junk Mail controls are enabled, a Junk folder is created and mail that is identified as spam is routed to this folder. Users should monitor this folder for improperly tagged e-mail.
If you have any questions please contact the Lab Staff.