My personal email address has been around since the 90s and gets thousands of spams a month. Although SpamSieve does a pretty good job of keeping it clean, I still get a few false positives every month. This means I have to scan my entire spam folder once in awhile to double-check SpamSieve’s results. Of course, this is tedious and I haven’t found time to get around to it since September. I now have over 32,000 emails in my spam folder!
At this point, I’m willing to risk some false positives and trash any spam that got a score of, say, 95 or higher. That alone would probably cut my work at least in half. Trouble is, I don’t know how to do this. I stupidly did not enable message coloring (I have now turned it on), so I guess that’s not an option for now… Is there any other way of dealing with this problem? Parsing the SpamSieve log perhaps?
I’m using Apple Mail on OS X 10.9.1.