APM: spamassassin learning
kh at greenshire.com
Fri May 19 07:55:04 PDT 2006
I have a couple of questions I have been meaning to ask since the lecture
on Spamassassin (It was great btw - thanks again.)
If I understood you correctly, you said you keep _all_ of your spam for
teaching the baysian filter....
1) Is there a benefit to teaching a filter on items it marked as spam and
2) I both rewrite the header, and use the "report_safe" feature - would I
need to prefilter those things out of email before giving it to sa-learn?
If so - is there a tool to do so?
3) On one mail system, I currently use spamassassin as a proxy filter
before mail goes to its final destination on another server. I have set
up a mail box for users to forward false negatives (and another for the
few false positives) and run sa-learn on those items once a week. Should I
be stripping headers that are added by their email clients before using
sa-learn on these messages?
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