I do not know if this is a SpamSieve issue, or something with G-Mail. After installing SpamSieve 2.9.12 a while back, suddenly G-Mail started being separated into folders I did not create (Archive, All G-Mail, and Important. In Apple Mail, I find no way to delete these mailboxes (nor at mail.google.com).
So my question is how to get incoming IMAP mail to go directly to the G-Mail inbox and bypass anything that SpamSieve might do? That way I can find out if it is SpamSieve or Google, and also get all G-Mail in one place and not scattered about. Will a Rule placed BEFORE the SpamSieve rule work?