Not fond having my spam filtering in a separate service where spam is not put in my Spam folder, but is held on a website I have to visit daily to approve messages to be let through.

Where bulk operations beyond "delete all" aren't allowed and I have to select a message, click "allow sender" to whitelist them, then "not spam" to train the engine, then "release" to actually send the message to my inbox... for one message at a time.

This wouldn't be so bad if it weren't 5+ messages a day.

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@CarlCravens 🤗

i gave up trying to un-break my spam filter for my server messags anymore ; too many others training the system against my needs anymore

fucking spammers and folks not wanting to read status infos

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