I have been using SpamSieve for quite a few years. It is a fine product and has worked very well, so I have not spent much time thinking about how it works. But lately, with an increase in the number of spam messages, I have reason to fine tune it, if possible.
The Spam-catching strategy is set to Aggressive, and that has not caused any problems. I use your AppleScript program to delete messages from the Spam folder once I check for false positives. Since I see very few false positives, I would like to automate the deletion of the Blue and Gray spam messages. Those are the most common colors that I see in the Spam folder, but I also see a few messages with other colors that should never produce a false positive. I would like to include those selected messages having colors other than Blue and Gray in the automated deletion process.
First question: Once a message is defined as spam and assigned a color, will that color change and will the message be considered spammier as SpamSieve finds more messages like it? Will an Orange or Red spam classification for a message eventually change to a Grey or Blue spam classification?
Second question: If SpamSieve does not change the color classification of a message type as additional messages of that type are received, is there a way of me to manually increase the spamminess (along with the color) of those message types?