Spam learning

Ugo Bellavance ugob at CAMO-ROUTE.COM
Tue Nov 8 15:10:52 GMT 2005

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Remco Barendse wrote:
> Hi!
> I'm using spam learning but to my opinion the yield from bayes is too 
> limited.
> I have several mail addresses published on websites to attract lotso 
> spam :) and the mail to these adresses is re-routed to a local user on 
> the box.
> Should I white list all e-mail to this address to prevent spam checking? 
> Or doesn't it matter?

Easier to keep it on, it will auto-learn this way.

> I guess I should also not do any virusscanning on it to prevent harmful 
> html code from being cleaned thereby rendering the spam filter less 
> effective?

That is a good idea.  Just make sure no one has access to this mailbox...

> Ideas anyone?


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