Why do?

Martin Hepworth martinh at SOLID-STATE-LOGIC.COM
Thu Oct 30 17:57:51 GMT 2003

Ian Douglas wrote:

>>Shouldn't Archive Mail = also be a ruleset so you can specify what goes
> Sure, but I haven't bothered reading the docs on writing rulesets for that sort
> of thing ... if you have a rulset to post for this, I'd be happy to peek at it.
> Personally, I let SpamAssassin read through the archive file to learn spam and
> ham after I drop a ton of domain-based Email that I don't do spam filtering for
> (they do their own after fetching all of their Email from my server). So,
> splitting up the archive first would do me little good, in fact it would
> increase my work to open multiple archive files.
> -id

I was trawling through the email archive and FAQ's today looking for
info on rejecting email's and found something very similar at one stage
in the list archive I think.

I'll try and dig it out tomorrow - home time for us in the UK..

Martin Hepworth
Senior Systems Administrator
Solid State Logic Ltd
tel: +44 (0)1865 842300


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