How to add X-Spam-Status?
dhawal at NETMAGICSOLUTIONS.COM
Sat Jul 23 18:01:14 IST 2005
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>> Alex Neuman van der Hans wrote:
>>> I'm just asking if anybody knows what the "magic header" would be for
>>> Mozilla/TB/O2K3 to tell a default configuration that a message is in
>>> fact spam without resorting to changing the headers.
Here's how you could possibly add a magic-header to thunderbird:
1. Download this:
2. Locate your thunderbird custom training data file using this:
OR start with a new file.
3. Run the jar file and open the training.dat file, manually add the
tokens / header (say X-Spam-Status=spam and X-Spam-Status=ham for bad
and good tokens respectively) that you want to be detected as Junk /
4. Test it out pretty well
5. Use some distribution system at your facility to use this as the
starter training data for all thunderbird users.
6. Ask management for a raise.. and send me and Julian some of it.
Let us know how it works out anyways.
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