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I'm using Mozilla Thunderbird 2.0 on Ubuntu Linux 9.04, and quite frankly, the junk mail detection isn't what it used to be. Frankly, it now sucks.

I have control over my mail server, but before I go playing around there, I was wondering whether there's a good client side solution for despamming my email, such as a thunderbird plugin or integration with a better spam detection?

I connect to my mail server via imaps.

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I've been using POPFile on Windows for years and I love it. They also have a cross-platform version that "...can be used on any platform (including Windows) where Perl and the necessary modules are installed."

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Thanks, I'm trialling this now using the imap module. – Rog Nov 17 '09 at 0:15

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