> On 2/14/07, Hongwei Li <hongwei@...> wrote:
>>> On Wednesday 14 February 2007 06:45, Firdaus Tjahyadi wrote:
>>>> i had use spam_button squirrelmail plugin but that plugins did'nt have
>>>> move feature that i need
>>> Spam Buttons plugin supports a Missed Ham move feature. Could you please
>>> describe how this is not sufficient (besides the label on the button,
>>> which should be easily changed)?
>>> - Brian
>> I have the same question/problem as the original message:
>> "...but the problem is how to move spam in Inbox to Spam Folder and ham in
>> Spam Folder to Inbox Folder ?..."
>> What do you mean by "Spam Buttons plugin supports a Missed Ham move feature"?
>> Please explain it in detail.
> I think Brian might have remembered wrong. The requested feature is
> on the TODO list. There is a patch floating around that adds this
> functionality (not sure how complete it is) if you look hard enough.
> I do not personally plan to have the time to update the plugin for at
> least a few weeks unless someone is paying for it. ;-)
>> What I want are:
>> 1. when user clicks the Spam button, the mail moves to "Spam" folder (or
>> Trash, or better a folder set in the config file)
>> 2. when user clicks "Non-Spam" button when he reads a mail in Spam Folder, the
>> mail moves to Inbox folder, or a folder set in config file.
>> Of course, here I suppose the system will learn spam or non-spam when user
>> clicks the buttons which I (and the original message sender) have done without
>> problem. The point, or the problem is "moving message to a folder".
>> I asked this question long time ago, and was told that this feature is not
>> available in this version, have to wait for the new one. Is it available now?
>> Hongwei Li