Is this really how bayes+autolearn works?
Furnish, Trever G
TGFurnish at herffjones.com
Wed Dec 13 15:14:34 GMT 2006
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> They scored 10 here:
> SpamAssassin (not cached, score=10.448, requis 4.5,
> BAYES_50 0.00,
> INFO_TLD 1.27, SARE_LWHUGE 1.00, SARE_LWSHORTT 0.79,
> SARE_MLB_Stock1 1.66, SARE_MLB_Stock2 1.66,
> SARE_MLB_Stock6 1.66,
> TVD_STOCK1 2.40)
> The first one comes from base SA, all but the last one come
> from 70_sare_stocks and the last one comes from 80_additional
> in /var/lib/spamassassin/3.001007/updates_spamassassin_org
> (auto updated by SA).
Thanks very much. I added 70_sare_stocks and got all the same hits,
except of course the TVD_STOCK1 rule.
I'm not presently using rules_du_jour or sa-update. Am I correct in
guessing that your
/var/lib/spamassassin/3.001007/updates_spamassassin_org directory is a
sign that you're using sa-update, or is that generated from something
I've been avoiding SARE, rules_du_jour, and sa-update on the theory that
I don't have time to catch misbehaving auto-updated rules before they
wreak havoc, and that there aren't as many eyes watching those rules to
raise an alarm if a rule is bad. I guess it's time to reconsider that
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