Rationale of bumping bayes scores
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Tue Apr 1 13:43:58 IST 2008
Ben Tisdall wrote:
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> what's the thinking behind the bumping up/down of SA scores for bayes
> rules in the default config? We've got spam that's tripping dcc, razor
> etc but being allowed due to bayes_00 subtracting 15 points.
Since when did bayes_00 score -15? I thought it was about -2.6.
What version of SpamAssassin are you running? Are you running sa-update
> I'm guessing I'll be told to fix our bayes db :)
> Best regards,
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> Ben Tisdall
> Linux Systems Administrator
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Julian Field MEng CITP CEng
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