Strange scoring problem
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Wed Dec 14 21:20:49 GMT 2005
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Kai Schaetzl a écrit :
> Sam wrote on Wed, 14 Dec 2005 17:03:29 +0100:
>>more than 90 % of spams are marked as BAYES_99 (that's why I did not
>>notice the BAYES_95 error before)
> Anyway, a value of 4 should be enough to boost it over the 5 threshold
> since surely a few other rules (specifically URI) will hit as well. That's
> the whole idea of scoring: don't categorize with just one rule.
> If you get some mail in where BAYES can't say if it is spammy or not it
> will assign 50 and it gets filed as spam. Depending on what you do with
> spam it may just be a nuisance or you may be really sorry because it got
> deleted ;-)
> Besides the sa-talk list there's also a great wiki at
> wiki.spamassassin.org where you can find a lot of tips.
In fact, because of libnet-perl-dns missing on my sarge, all the rbl
wasn't activated that's why I nedded to custom score rules.
But now RBL are activated, I better understand what you explain me.
A Lot of spam are marked with RBL ... good.
Just one last question about pyzor (& razor & dcc) :
As the fact it works on the hash of mail ... can I consider that if a
mail is marked as pyzor-positive I can surely drop it ???
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