Devon Harding devonharding at
Mon Apr 25 12:11:06 IST 2005

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Did any figure out how to stop these?  I've tried to learn these types of
messages, but it still doesn't help.


On 3/28/05, Devon Harding <devonharding at> wrote:
      Well, Im running SA 3.0.2, Net::DNS version 0.48,
      Razor2::Client::Agent version 2.61 (upgrading to 2.67 as we

      Whats the procedure in training bayes to detect the samples
      as spam?

      On Mon, 28 Mar 2005 18:40:37 -0500, Matt Kettler <
      mkettler at> wrote:
      > Devon Harding wrote:
      > >Here is my RBL's and they still seem to get through.  What
      can I do to stop em'?
      > >
      > >
      > My strongest recommendation would be to use a version of
      > which has SURBL capabilities.
      > 3.0 ships with it by default, although if your Net::DNS
      perl module
      > isn't fairly recent it will disable the URI based
      blacklists and only do
      > normal RBLs.
      > 2.6x can have this functionality added with the
      > Mail::SpamAssassin::SpamCopURI patch. (They call it a
      plugin, but it's
      > dependent on patch to that the "make install"
      process does
      > automatically.)
      > I'd also recommend using Razor version 2.67. Older versions
      of razor may
      > not support e8 signatures, or may have bugs in e8.
      > Lastly, if you've got bayes going, be sure to train some of
      the samples
      > as spam.
      > Between the three approaches SA seems to catch all of these
      on my
      > network without much trouble (so far).

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