[MacBookPro11,3; OS 10.9.2; Mail Version 7.2 (1874); SpamSieve 2.9.13]
Very rare occurrence today of an e-mail being predicted as Spam that I decided was “good”. Log shows (with asterisks in place of identification of organization):
Predicted: Spam (99)
Subject: Your Recent **** Membership Renewal
) matched rule <From (name) Is Equal to “Member Services”> in SpamSieve blocklist
Date: 2014-04-18 18:32:32 +0000
With the e-mail selected in my Spam mailbox, in Mail’s Message menu, I clicked “SpamSieve - Train as Good”, but it was not obvious that anything had happened. The e-mail remained in the Spam mailbox–with the brownish header saying it had been recognized as Junk. I waited for over a minute and when the e-mail had not been moved to my Inbox, I tried clicking the Train as Good again and, then, after a while, again another time. I then used Mail’s Message-Menu’s “Move to” command and moved it to my Inbox and, once there, clicked Not Junk in the header. The SpamSieve Log didn’t show any entry for my having tried to Train as Good–but, then, I don’t know whether it should have shown anything when I used that command.)
I can’t report whether that Train as Good command is still not doing anything as I so seldom have a “false positive” that I don’t expect to have another occurrence any time soon.
Any suggestions on what happened or what I should report to help identify what’s wrong?