mark at msapiro.net
Sat Sep 6 01:54:01 IST 2008
Marcello Anderlini wrote:
>I suspect then that my bayes filter is not working correctly.
>I dayly try to istruct spamassasin using
>sa-learn --spam --mbox /var/mail/spam and
>sa-learn --ham --mbox /var/mail/notspam
>But it still scores that kind of spam as non spam, ...
Where are the files
In my case, the files that spamassassin uses when invoked by
However if I were to run sa-learn as userx, the files that would be
updated are in /home/userx/.spamassassin.
In my case also, I use spamd so I use for example
/usr/bin/spamc -u postfix -L spam < message
to learn a message as spam. You may have to experiment with the -u
option on sa-learn to get it to update the right bayes database.
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