I am using SpamSieve on a separate machine (my file server), running as a “drone” using Mail.app. I have accounts configured for all my family members’ accounts (there are a number of different mail clients in use on each person’s computers, but I don’t think this matters or makes a difference).
The issue is, my wife’s spam messages are being filtered into MY Spam mailbox. That is, spam addressed to my wife’s email address is ending up in MY account’s Spam mailbox (same domain, but different accounts). I have double-checked the Mail.app Rules, and it clearly shows that the “Move Message to mailbox: Spam” action is configured with her account/mailbox, NOT mine. I have double-checked the Remote Training script and verified that the account names are listed correctly.
Any other ideas on what to check to fix this? (Yes, the point of the drone is to be able to train spam messages such that all accounts benefit, but I don’t always know what is spam to her, thus I want her to be the one to be doing the training on messages addressed to her.)