[TriLUG] Spamassassin bayesian filter question
jonc at nc.rr.com
Mon Aug 8 09:43:48 EDT 2005
The concept behind Rulesdujour is that you don't *need* to run Bayesian
filters anymore... Rulesdujour becomes your Baysian filter - adjusting
to the spam as a whole on the internet.
Your best bet would be to add back to the RulesDuJour project
Happy Spam hunting!
On Mon, 2005-08-08 at 09:22, Douglas Ward wrote:
> When I implemented spamassassin with rulesdujour on our e-mail gateway
> server the spam problem dropped so significantly that I've had a hard time
> coming up with a large amount of spam to train the bayesian filter. What a
> terrible problem to have! I now have 200 spam messages that I would like to
> train the message with. I created a mailbox on the gateway server called
> spam and ran the following command:
> sa-learn --spam /var/mail/spam
> Every message in the inbox file is spam. The answer I get back from
> spamassassin is that it learned from one message (one message examined).
> Wouldn't it search the entire inbox? I moved these files off of our Exchange
> server and to the linux gateway using IMAP and a local pst file. The header
> records were kept intact during the move. Am I missing something?
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