I receive a lot of spam emails with one thing in common: In the body of the email, there is a hyperlink like this (which I copied from the "view source" screen of one of… (மேலும் படிக்க)
I receive a lot of spam emails with one thing in common: In the body of the email, there is a hyperlink like this (which I copied from the "view source" screen of one of the emails, and I haven't reproduced in its entirety):
I figured it would be fairly easy to tell Thunderbird to filter out any email that contains "newsmax" in its body. I created a filter to do that (if Body contains "newsmax", set Junk status to "Junk").
Unfortunately, my filter doesn't work -- nothing happens. I've tried moving to a folder instead of marking as junk, and a couple of other things -- but the filter simply doesn't do anything.
I searched for a solution to this issue, and I found an article that says that for IMAP (which I'm using), you may need to create a "Body" tag -- even though a Body tag already exists in the filter dropdown list. This is the article: http://kb.mozillazine.org/Filters_%28Thunderbird%29
But that doesn't work either -- in fact, now I've simply got two "Body" entries in the filter dropdown; and I still can't filter the messages with "newsmax" in their body.
I'm hoping that someone here can provide some guidance that helps me solve this problem. Thanks for any help.