Yes i am familiar with the Message rules section.
Did you know you can go into the 'Options' and "reverse"
your choice of action ... if (styx or styxx or Styx or
Styxx) does NOT appear in the header then move to
My message rules have grown to around forty and show
no sign of stopping.
Even using very sweeping terms like 'por' and 'el'
which i dont like doing, to direct them to the
I also use the upside-down question mark to direct
email to the deleted folder.
These terms i consider 'sweeping' because they net a
very wide variety of unwanted foreign email.
So i am now looking into using 'Bayseian' techniques
to sort my mail into the 'Probably Spam' folder.
Mainly because RTF and fancy picture mail seems to
use characters that i have rejected cos they're in
the ASCII subset for foreign characters, and such
mail gets kicked into my 'Probably Spam' folder.
So i have ended up with Spambully, but haven't tried
I am hoping that it will sort out a high percentage
of unwanted email.