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JUNK MAIL STATUS DISPLAY - Credit for this to Rob Stow and Karsten Dusterloh from the newsgroups.

(Note: For info on how the Junk Mail Controls work see: Junk Mail Controls)

In Mail you can show a column called "Junk Status." This will display one of three possible states:

By default Mozilla does not show a descriptive icon for "Unknown."

But you can customize what icons are shown in that column for each state. In your profile is a folder called Chrome. You can add these lines to your userChrome.css file if you already have one. If not, just create a simple text file with that name and add these lines.


/* old style rules (CSS2) */
treechildren:-moz-tree-image(junkStatusCol)
{
list-style-image: url("images/Unknown.gif") !important;
padding-left: 0;
padding-right: 0;
}
treechildren:-moz-tree-image(junkStatusCol, junk)
{
list-style-image: url("images/Junk.gif") !important;
padding-left: 0;
padding-right: 0;
}
treechildren:-moz-tree-image(junkStatusCol, notjunk)
{
list-style-image: url("/mozilla/images/NotJunk.gif") !important;
padding-left: 0;
padding-right: 0;
}

You can download and use the following image files or you can create your own using a size of 16 x 16 pixels. Just be sure to match the actual filenames with the names you enter in the userChrome.css file. Place the image files in the chrome folder. To use these images right-click on an image and choose "Save Image As."

ICONS FOR "UNKNOWN" STATUS

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ICONS FOR "NOT JUNK" STATUS

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ICONS FOR "JUNK" STATUS

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