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Re: spamassassin use question



On Thu, Apr 14, 2005 at 12:06:02AM -0600, kwhiskers wrote:
> Does anyone know where spamassassin puts the information it has
> learned? I would like to back up this information so that when I
> upgrade my system, I can restore the learned information.
> 
> I use kmail for my mail on my provider account. Spamassassin is
> available through it and one of the filters calls sa-learn, so I
> imagine that if I flag each and every mail as either ham or spam, it
> will learn with time. According to 'man sa-learn', it can take about
> 1000 emails before it has learned, so I definitely want to keep this
> information safe for the future.
> 
> Anyone here well versed in spamassassin?
> 
> Thanks in advance.
Well it depends on how you have it installed. But I would look for a
directory in your home directory called: .spamassassin
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In his book, Mr. DePree tells the story of how designer George Nelson urged
that the company also take on Charles Eames in the late 1940s.  Max's father,
J. DePree, co-founder of the company with herman Miller in 1923, asked Mr.
Nelson if he really wanted to share the limited opportunities of a then-small
company with another designer.  "George's response was something like this:
'Charles Eames is an unusual talent.  He is very different from me.  The
company needs us both.  I want very much to have Charles Eames share in
whatever potential there is.'"
-- Max DePree, chairman and CEO of Herman Miller Inc., "Herman Miller's 
   Secrets of Corporate Creativity", The Wall Street Journal, May 3, 1988
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Aaron Konstam
Computer Science
Trinity University
One Trinity Place.
San Antonio, TX 78212-7200

telephone: (210)-999-7484
email:akonstam trinity edu


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