I just started getting spam using my account as the sender. I sometimes send mail to myself from a different account as reminders etc so I don’t want to block my address. Is there a way I can write a rule to mark as spam mail that has both the same sender and recipient?
I saw this in Help:
*Disabled rules do not block any messages, but they are useful because they prevent SpamSieve from re-learning a rule that you don’t want.
For example, say that you get forged spam messages from your own address. When you receive such a message, and tell SpamSieve that it’s spam, any rule on the whitelist with your address would be disabled. This will enable future such messages to be caught. If you later get a legitimate message from your own address and tell SpamSieve that it’s good, the whitelist rule will remain disabled. If you had previously deleted the rule instead of disabling it, telling SpamSieve that the message was good would create a new, enabled whitelist rule, which is probably not what you want.*
But I don’t clearly understand the implications.