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Spamfire Manual > Setting up Spamfire > Spamfire Preferences > Extra > Store good messages in Spam List

Store good messages in Spam List

Check Store good messages in Spam List if you want to see the Spam Score of messages Spamfire did not trap.

When this box is checked, you can open the Mail Window and find messages that Spamfire accepted. This is useful if you want to find out why Spamfire accepted a particular message so you can train Spamfire not to accept similar spam in the future.