[horde] Empty content of folder at login (login tasks)

Michael J Rubinsky mrubinsk at horde.org
Sun Feb 28 20:35:30 UTC 2016

Quoting Louis-Philippe Allard <lp.allard.1 at gmail.com>:

> Hello,  I would like to create a rule or filter to totally empty (delete)
> the contents of a SPAM folder at login time in Horde.  I have looked under
> filters where I already have created several filters to sort emails
> according to their senders, but nowhere I could find a way to tell horde to
> empty the contents of a specific folder.  There must be a way to do so,
> and I would appreciate if someone could point it out to me.

This is done as a "login task". Configured in user prefs.

>   More
> generally, how does Horde (Imp) treats spam emails?  I use Gmail as my
> relay so I cannot use spamassasin or anything similar.  Gmail already tags
> the spam as such, and moves them to the "Spam" folder.

Not sure I understand the question. Horde, itself, doesn't do any spam  
filtering other than any filters setup in Ingo. This is typically done  
at the MTA layer.

> Lately on gmail the amount of spam has increased by a 2-3x and its not rare
> that I have to manually delete 40-60 emails per day.
> Thanks
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