I'm setting up my PowerBook for a road trip. I'd like to monitor mail that I normally receive on my desktop Mac while I'm away, but I don't want to delete these messages from the server. I realize that "remove copy from server after retrieving a message" is turned off as the default preference setting for a new accounts in Mail. So far, so good. But what I'd also like to do is be able to delete selected messages, such as spam, so at least I don't need to see them again when I get back to the office. Is this possible? The drop-down selection "when removed from InBox" under the "remove copy from server after retrieving a message" checkbox, seems like it might do the job, I'm not sure. BTW, these are POP accounts. I realize the behavior I'm describing is the default for IMAP accounts, such as .mac.