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Filtered Email, Quaranteened Spam

With success I have been using the McAfee email filtering to get rid of Spam on my webmail accounts. I was able to write up the custom filters with great success. 

When the emails are filtered they are going to a section or tab called "Filtered Email".  I found that I can tag these one by one and delete them. I can tag multiples one at a time with the control key and clicking on them to highlight them first.

My issue is that I have hundreds of these to delete and this will take me much too long to manually clean up like this.

My big question is: How do I do a full cleanup of the Filtered Email Spam messages in this quaranteened section?

I noticed on my webmail account, McAfee made a remote folder called McAfee Spam Mail or something like this. I noticed this folder never gets filled on its own, unless I manually move files in to it. The local McAfee program does not seem to respond to the contents of this folder, as I would have expected it to learn to filter Spam mails that have been put in to it, or at least show some indication about doing something with the contents of that folder.

Maybe some one can help me with this issue?


Jerry G.

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