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Re: spambayes



On Tue May 9 2006 4:52 pm, Justin Zygmont wrote:
> spamassassin is easy, I just have procmail pipe it to spamd 
like this:
> :0fw
> :
> | spamc
> |
> :0 H
>
> * ^X-Spam-Status: Yes
> /dev/null
>
>
> if you still get spam, just view the email headers and se what
> the score was.  I was suprised to find some major spam
> messages coming through with a 0.0 score.  Its a tough problem
> to beat sometimes.

Let me rephrase this, since it seems to have raised Aaron's 
hackles. I'm not condeming spamassassin. I'm saying I am not 
competent to judge spamassassin, because I haven't taken the 
time to learn how it works, or how to adjust the parameters by 
which if judges what is/isn't spam. 

The simple point I made in my first message was that the default 
configuration set up by kmail to pipe mail through spamassassin 
was letting more spam through then filtering through spambayes 
was - that's it - just a comparison of a default, unaltered, 
install. No judgement intended about spamassassin - if my post's 
wording implied otherwise, then, my words didn't convey what I 
was trying to say ---
-- 
Claude Jones
Brunswick, Md, USA


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