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Spam reporting using IMAP: SREP
draft-ordogh-spam-reporting-using-imap-kleansed-00

Document Type Withdrawn by Submitter Internet-Draft (individual)
Authors Alessandro Vesely , Zoltan Ordogh
Last updated 2012-01-20 (Latest revision 2012-01-10)
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Abstract

This is the definition of an IMAP command for reporting spam. Spam can be flagged using the $Junk and $NotJunk keywords. Spam reporting is meant to correspond to a command to be run on the IMAP server, in order to tune filters and possibly mitigate further attempts. This behavior can be obtained by moving message to a special folder that is being observed by the server. Purpose This is a cleanup of an existing draft and its sole purpose is to discuss whether its core is good for APPSAWG.

Authors

Alessandro Vesely
Zoltan Ordogh

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