CRM114 How are you finding it ?
prandal at herefordshire.gov.uk
Fri Aug 3 10:25:44 IST 2007
In mine it was
And when I removed the # the scores went down dramatically.
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> Subject: Re: CRM114 How are you finding it ?
> On 03/08/07, Randal, Phil <prandal at herefordshire.gov.uk> wrote:
> > Actually, the documentation in the readme is not clear, but
> the default
> > is NOT -0.05.
> Oh really? The file the install plopped into place could've
> fooled me...
> # dynamic score normalization factor
> # CRM score have much higher absolute values and different
> signs than SA scores
> # (usual ham-scores are between 15 and 40, scores from -10 to
> 10 are undecided,
> # previously seen spam easily gets -200).
> # With dynamic scoring the SA score is calculated by: <CRM
> score> * crm114_dynsc
> # Notes: - this has to be a negative number!
> # - the absolute value should be quite low (certainly
> <.3, probably <=.2)
> # otherwise the returned score would override all
> other tests.
> # default: calculate factor so that CRM-score -25 yields the
> SA required spam th
> crm114_dynscore_factor -0.05
> So ... as a score "normalizer" and "sign changer" .... I do believe
> I'm correct in stating that this is a "default" (very ... relative...
> term that;-).
> So... If one don't want to have crm114 as the "sole deciding factor",
> but rather as just another "score contributor"... I'd say the -0.005
> would be reasonable... -0.2 would potentially give very high values.
> -- Glenn
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