Thoughts on new Bayes idea
mkipness at GENIANT.COM
Fri Jun 4 17:11:24 IST 2004
> > > My idea is to basically archive every email that enters
> the system
> > > (through MS) for a period of a day or so. I've got a script that
> > > deletes all emails older than a time specified from an mbox file.
> > > Then using my script from above, have users forward the email to
> > > spam at ourdomain.com <mailto:spam at ourdomain.com> , have a
> new script
> > > fetch that email out of the archive and feed it to Bayes.
> >I like it. Please share the scripts once you are ready. The only
> >remaining problem would be that archiving mails in this manner might
> >not be allowed by local law. But that is another story...
> When Outlook forwards a message, what happens to the
> Message-ID? If it screws that, you may have trouble finding a
> unique key for the messsage, with the result that you can't
> find it in your archive.
I believe it just adds 'id' to the front of it, but I will double check.
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