[TriLUG] Spamassassin bayesian filter question
Michael Alan Dorman
mdorman at debian.org
Mon Aug 8 09:53:47 EDT 2005
jonc <jonc at nc.rr.com> writes:
> 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
I would have to disagree with this, as do the authors of most of the
rules that RDJ downloads. From http://www.rulesemporium.com/:
3. Many spam can be caught using Bayes, and we strongly recommend
the use of Bayes in any/all SpamAssassin systems. SARE rules are
designed to compliment Bayes, not replace it.
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