Virtual mailuser with their own bayes db?
cpedaschus at gmx.de
Sat Jun 10 20:19:28 IST 2006
Kai Schaetzl wrote:
>Christian Pedaschus wrote on Sat, 10 Jun 2006 16:58:43 +0200:
>>I'll have a look at said solutions without bayes, because i don't like
>>the idea of having 1 big bayes db for users across different domains
>FYI: unless *all* your users get a *lot* of mail you are better off with a
>site-wide db. If this is not the case the user's Bayes will be quite
>ineffective because it gets too few spam or ham.
At least 200 spam/ham, i know, but that's no problem, most of the users
have >2000 mails in their box (without all the spam).
Messis everywhere (don't know howto translate messi, in german it means
ppl who keep all kind of things, even if they won't ever need it again) ;)
It's not so important to have a single bayes-db for every user, but at
least a single bayes for every domain. The single user stuff was just my
first thought because it seemed logical to use the users homedir for
Btw. Jules, that would be my "call for improvements" :)
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