@d19dotca said in How does spam work with special mail folders?: I really think admins should have more control over this, such as setting up their own default folder list, for example, or the ability to mark multiple folders as '\Junk' and the ability to remove the Spam folder in favour of naming it Junk. I can get behind this. But I am quite practical about these things. There's nothing we can do to fix iOS and mac, so I am OK to even rename the folder to Junk if it increases compatibility. In the coming release (5.3), I have put some "state" information that will help us migrate to the release after. Existing installations can be on Spam and new installations can use Junk. I am doing the same for the mailbox separator. (moving things from . to / to make mailbox sharing work).