So, I’m being forced into recreating remote training and color-move rules per account for 11 mail accounts due to a Sierra upgrade bug.
It has me wondering, though: when I declare a message as SPAM (Mark Message as Spam), it colors the message Gray; indeed, most of the junk I get is colored Gray, and much of it mail that I have declared as such.
So if Gray is confirmed as the worst and I want it blacklisted, why is Blue considered a higher (worse) score?
Thus, if I follow the instructions to move spammy mail directly to Trash, why does the example indicate to move just Blue to Trash, but allow Gray and lower to continue to ‘Spam’?
I get that I can choose to move both Blue and Gray to Trash; again, I don’t understand why my deliberate declaration is being scored lower.