Hello! I am a new SpamSieve user who has also been using SaneBox. I’d like to figure out the best way to configure things so that the two can work well together.
SaneBox (www.sanebox.com) is a web service that automatically moves “junk mail” out of my IN box and into specially created “@Sane” mail boxes on my IMAP server. SaneBox logs into my IMAP account and automatically routes these “2nd class” emails out of my IN box and into another mailbox called “@SaneLater”, which is just another mailbox in my IMAP account (similar to any other that I might create for mail storage). Most of this “junk” is actually commercial emails (Amazon, Staples, eBay, etc.) and newsletters that I want to receive, but don’t want clouding up my IN box.
I have downloaded SpamSieve because I want it to comb through ALL my emails (IN box and the @SaneLater mailbox) and filter out the UNWANTED spam. Unfortunately, it seems that Sanebox moves the mail so quickly from IN box to @SaneLater box that SpamSieve never processes it. What I have had to do so far is to highlight all the email in the @SaneLater box, and then use Mac Mail’s Message > Apply Rules command. This applies the SpamSieve rule that I setup to all the mail in that folder.
Can somebody help me figure out a way (perhaps with a rule?) to ensure that SpamSieve checks the @SaneLater mailbox for spam as well as my IN box?