"Required SpamAssassin Score" and Bayes

Martin Hepworth martinh at SOLID-STATE-LOGIC.COM
Mon Jan 5 17:29:21 GMT 2004

David Lee wrote:
> A supplementary question: Our SA/Bayes is currently only self-learning.
> Are there any nicely packaged schemes to allow us to supplement this from
> emails from validated individuals?  A few of us could then redirect
> (bounce) emails to, say, "sa-learn-ham at ..." and "sa-learn-spam at ..." (but
> in such a way that it would verify the redirector/bouncer (or some
> equivalent) against a list of trusted folk).


I use a shared IMAP folder (or you could use MS-exchange folders I
guess:-) for a few users to drop spam that's been missed and also for
ham that's been wrongly tagged.

I posted the sa-learn front end script for this back in December and it
should be available in the list archives.

BTW I get very very few false positives and I run the default spam score
of 5.

Martin Hepworth
Snr Systems Administrator
Solid State Logic
Tel: +44 (0)1865 842300


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