Whitelist for Words

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Whitelist for Words


Any email containing one or more of these words are more likely to be treated as ham.

Use the slider to weight the occurrence of these words in email messages (either 'sometimes Spam', 'most likely no Spam' or 'never Spam').


Text window

In this window there are text windows that you can edit. A toolbar is available for this purpose:

Cut: Cuts the selected text from the text window. Works like the key combination Ctrl + X

Copy: Copies the selected text. Works like the key combination Ctrl + C

Paste: Pastes the text currently stored on the clipboard into the text window. Works like the key combination Ctrl + V

Undo: Discards the last change in the text window. Works like the key combination Ctrl + Z

Redo: Restores a change discarded with "Undo". Works like the key combination Ctrl + Y

Search: Opens a dialog to search for text. With a click on "Replace" you switch to the tab "Find and Replace". You can use different options to search:

Match case: The search is case sensitive. Foo and foo are two different terms

Match whole word: Shows only results that match the search text and are single words

Regular Expression: Allows the use of regular expressions in the formulation of the search query

Wildcards: Allows the use of wildcard characters like "*" or "?"

Search up: When clicking on "Find next" the next highest result is displayed

Apply line breaks: Determines whether a line break should occur when the text is displayed or whether the text at the right-hand edge of the text field should disappear. In this case you can use the navigation bar below the field to navigate left and right

Show line numbers: Shows or hides the line numbers left of the text field

Show end of line: Displays a symbol after each line end to mark where the line ends