Which Bayes files?
wechsler at PHASE.ORG
Thu Mar 3 16:55:16 GMT 2005
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Steen, Glenn wrote:
>>>And: Is there any way I can get MS to tell me where it's
>>looking, or how
>>>much Bayes data (if any) it's finding to work on? I get the
>>>I'm sending the training data to the wrong place at the moment...
> Not MS, but SA. "su - Debian-exim" and run
> spamassassin -D -p /etc/MailScanner/spam.assassin.prefs.conf --lint 2>&1
> | grep bayes
Ahm, thanks. That seems to give me /var/lib/MailScanner/bayes* as my
source. Might have to do some tweaking 'round here...
> (If you use MailWatch, there's a convenient link to click in the
> "Other" section... One of the reasons you need be specific about
> bayes_* placement in MW (the other being sa-learn)).
> Most of this is deducible from the list archives, and the available
*grin* Fair point - I'd just been deducing far too much recently and
thought I'd see if anyone could confirm my assumptions!
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