I’m new here, and not sure how to formulate this question.
I have a few work-related email accounts that receive genuine email, and I must keep the accounts active. However, due to repeated data leaks in client systems (in particular, a U.S. government procurement system that makes all contractor email addresses public), these addresses get an enormous amount of junk daily. SpamSieve captures several hundred of these messages a day for each of these accounts. It is tiresome to cull through the junk messages folder every day looking for the rare nugget that is a good email, not spam.
There must be a better practice. I’ve tried making “delete immediately” rules in Mail for some of the worst offenders, but that is not a sustainable approach as the from-addresses morph continually. Nor do I want to automatically delete everything in Junk, because legitimate mail does show up there and needs to be trained as good.
Am I missing something? I hate all this crap showing up all the time, and am grateful that SpamSieve sweeps it into the sewer, but I would also like it to be automatically flushed away.
Hout about a third option in addition to Train and Good and Train as Spam: Train as Always Delete.