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 The Fight Against Spam, Part 3

"Many email applications base their spam filtering primarily on "rules." Luckily for Mac users, Mail uses more advanced technologies. However, let's not forget that rules do exist in Mail and that they can be extremely useful--especially since they can take advantage of AppleScript. To add a rule, use the Rules preferences tab. Unless you've already added a few, you should see only one, from Apple, that adds a light blue color to mail it sends. Feel free to remove it if you want; it won't hurt your computer or prevent Apple from sending you messages."
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 (Submitted by Noel Mon May 24, 2004 )

  


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