I can't search and find an answer to the following questions:
What happens to the actual message located on (1) the IMAP server and the (2) Outlook 2010 client Inbox after performing a Delete inside the Training Area? Does this behavior change based upon whether the message is marked as Spam, Non-Spam or Uncertain? Eg, when performing a Delete on a message in the Training Area, does Spami mark that message as a Delete on the IMAP server, or just moves it to the Recycle Bin, or does no more than remove it from the Training Area List? Likewise, after the user marks Training Area messages as Spam or Non-Spam and then clicks "Learn", the marked messages disappear from the list, but is there any Delete/Restore on the IMAP server take place at the same time?
Please confirm that any message that Spami marks as Spam and places in the Recycle Bin in turn results in the message being marked as a Delete on the IMAP server. However, when a message in the Recycle Bin is marked for Restore, is the Deletion maker removed from that message on the IMAP server?
Like most IMAP users, I access my IMAP email server from multiple devices/clients (desktop, laptop, phone, tablet) and want Spami to mark spam for deletion on the IMAP server, so that all client devices will enjoy spam-free email. Of course, those client devices are configured to NOT display messages marked for deletion (in which case I use Outlook to Purge all of those deleted messages occasionally), or else the IMAP server is configured to permanently delete/purge messages as thy are being marked for deletion.
I am seeing spam messages show up in my IMAP server that I thought had been deleted by Spami either automatically or via manual action in the Recycle Bin. Thus, I'm tring to better understand how Spami works with IMAP.