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: Samuel Allen488 30 Nov 2007
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I would like to be able to use the Blacklisted flag that the Domino server marks emails with to be accessible from a mail rule.  As such (unless I'm being a total idiot, which is possible), I am unable to push my potential false-positives into the Junk folder unless I'm using an external tool which can inject *SPAM* or some such thing into the subject which I can then create a rule around. 
 
Using the blacklist flag, I should be able to invisibly mark an email as Junk, have it get pushed into the Junk folder, and then if it's a false positive, remove from my Junk folder and add to my personal whitelist at the click of a button.  Why that isn't possible, I don't know.  But I've spent a lot of time on the phone with Lotus Support only to be told that this is not what the flag is supposed to be for.





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