If the inbox is empty because Protonmail has already moved all the messages out, then SpamSieve wouldn’t be seeing any of those messages and so turning off SpamSieve wouldn’t change anything.
I’m having trouble understanding what you are trying to change. If you need further assistance, please describe a specific example of what happened with a message and what you wanted to happen with it instead.
OK, this is why all this is confusing. I’m needing all my mail to come here, and let me deal with spam, etc. Can I tell Protonmail to stop moving things around? It’s creating havoc here. Second, I was told nothing was moved and that All Mail was nothing but a smart folder, which it is not, by observation.
SpamSieve cannot deal with moved messages. They only deal with incoming to Inbox.
I apologize if I get these emails confused. I’m juggling three threads of troubleshooting, two being yourself and Protonmail.
This is what I’m seeing now for one of my Proton accounts:
All Mail shows more than Junk. First off, I want SS to handle Junk. I’ll have a look at that page later. If I can turn off Proton spam, it will come through into Inbox where SS can handle it. Correct?
I’m assuming All Mail has to be smart because I’m not moving anything anywhere. I’m seeing this on two accounts currently. How All Mail can have more than only Junk showing unread (all of these are unread counts btw, just to be clear), so that alone is confusing.
I cleared them out of that account, but another account is doing the same. All Mail has 16 unread, Junk has 10. Upon choosing All Mail, there are no unreads in there. But the app is moving messages for some reason.
Update: Rebuild of that very account’s Inbox, had 22 messages come up.
I think the way to figure this out is to look at a particular message and explain what happened with it vs. what you wanted to happen. And then hopefully the solution will generalize to other messages, too.
OK, so I have a spam message in my chosen account. SS is off, this got through, and is showing up in Junk and All Mail. Another spam message showed up in Junk and was marked Read. I’m guessing that was Proton that did that.
OK, but I had my SS setup to mark it as read and sent to the Spam folder. With this current setup, all junk is still unread. My smart folders rely on the status of being unread. That’s why I want control over these.