[...] there is no way that any end-user should ever be permitted to
classify anything as spam/not-spam. 
 It might not be unreasonable to permit them the privilege of
flagging something for review by someone equipped with appropriate
Um, the people "with appropriate expertise" are often themselves end
users (eg, most of this list), forcing me to question your "any".
Besides, in sokme cases, nobody *but* the end-user is competent to
judge unsolicitedness; the very same email can be spam to one recipient
(who didn't ask for it) but ham to another (who did).
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