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Mail Filtering Using Netscape
The mail client in Netscape has the ability to create filters that match text strings, but not regular expressions. You can use this to match the number of "stars" on the "X-SLUUG-MailScanner-SpamScore" header or the spam/not spam marker on the "X-SLUUG-MailScanner-SpamCheck" header.
Actions that can be taken include moving messages to a different folder, deleting messages, and marking messages in various ways.
This example uses the number of stars to move spam to different folders. It was tested on Netscape 4.8, and other releases might have different syntax.
Screen shots of a completed filter with two levels of stars
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