MailKit can do spam-filtering by utilizing the learning data on iCloud(IOS7 later version is required).
MailKit has no mail sending facility and has only support for IMAP.
POP/SMS/MMS are not supported.
■How to connect to an IMAP mail server:
To connect an IMAP mail server,
just specify your full email address as your login name(username) and the password you log in to your account.
If you don't know your login name/password, contact an organization or personnel in charge of the IMAP mail server to get a hostname, user id(name), password.
* Pull down to Refresh/Long Press to reload&spam filtering
* Pull up to download older mails at the bottom of message lists
*Tap/Swipe to switch accounts
Tapping/Swiping the navigation bar of the Mailbox list switches the account if multiple accounts are available.
* Tap/Swipe to move around mailboxes (among 'Quick View List')
* Move/Delete/Mark mail messages by the toolbar on the navigation bar
* Swipe up/down to move around mail messages
* Add a mail to the blacklist by swiping
*Swipe left/right to switch the rule list(view mode)
There are 4 views to show the rules for ‘Sender’, ’Subject’, ‘Message’, ‘Compound’.
Tapping/Swiping the navigation bar rotates the view.
The iOS device should be signed in iCloud.
Go to Advanced Setting , tap "iCloud" cell whose background color is blue.
If there are learning data on iCloud, the number of learning data is displayed at Setting.
The learning data are provided by the free iOS App SpamBlocker or paid App MailCat.
Pull down/ long press on the navigation bar where Inbox message list is displayed, and let the machine learning start and generate a spam filter if the learning data on iCloud are updated.
The Spamfilter stays inactive unless 'Spamfilter' switch is on.
Each account has 'Spamfilter' switch.
There are 4 conditional fields for mail rules --- sender, subject, message, compound.
Mail rules are only applied for 'INBOX'.
To edit or create a mail rule, tap 'Edit' button on the Mailbox list. The selection menu appears, choose 'Rule'. Mail rules for ‘Sender’ will appear. Tap/swipe left the Navigation bar, the screen will change into mail rules for ’Subject’.
Swipe right, the screen goes back to the previous one.
To add a rule for 'Sender', 'Subject', ‘Message’, pull down the table view, then an empty cell will be added with saying ‘Tap to Edit’.
As to a ‘Sender’ rule, tap the ‘+’ button on the Navigation bar, and then tap "Sender"/"Address Book" button on the Navigation bar.
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To get a further support , contact through the following mail address.