[TriLUG] mailing list server filtering setup questions
mhrivnak at hrivnak.org
Wed Dec 26 17:38:48 EST 2007
I just use their rules from SARE. I am not aware of any false positives on my
systems that were generated while using updated SA rules and SARE recommended
It's worth noting that it is very valuable to train these filters with
sa-learn before putting them into production. At the very least, run a few
thousand ham messages through. Especially in the early stages, be careful to
collect as many false negatives as you can and run them through sa-learn.
Especially in your case, this will be a lot easier if you keep bayes info in
something like a mysql database. That makes it easy to run sa-learn on the
machine where email is stored and have the bayes data go into the live
database being used by spamd on your relay machine.
On Wednesday 26 December 2007 3:12:14 pm Cristóbal Palmer wrote:
> On Dec 20, 2007 5:26 PM, Michael Hrivnak <mhrivnak at hrivnak.org> wrote:
> > Consider taking advantage of this: http://saupdates.openprotect.com/
> Thanks again so much for your feedback. Tell me: do you use their
> plugins too or just their rules? If you use their plugins, how did you
> vet them before enabling them?
> Cristóbal M. Palmer
> celebrating 15 years of sunsite/metalab/ibiblio:
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