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From Daniel Lemke <le...@jam-software.com>
Subject Re: SpamAssassin protocol examples
Date Wed, 02 Mar 2011 10:35:35 GMT

No comments on this? :(

Some offtopic:
Could someone give me rights to contribute on the wiki? The username is
DanielLemke

Daniel


Daniel Lemke wrote:
> 
> I stumbled across the SpamAssassin protocol definition and its examples
> while implementing a .net client...
> Correct me if misunderstood anything, but aren't they kind of misleading
> or just wrong if you have a look at the examples?
> 
> First and second one is absolutely fine, but I've already got a question
> about the third one:
> One would expect SET as the header you have to specify when
> learning/reporting ham or spam.
> Having a look to the third example there is a ‘remove’ in the SET header
> which is kind of confusing to me (expected a ‘remote’ or so to tell
> SpamAssassin to report to a ‘remote’ network like Razor).
> 
> Even more confusing, the fourth example: ‘Revoke a ham message’.
> Why is the message-class spam?
> Why is it set local? Wouldn’t this cause SpamAssassin to learn this
> message as spam for our ‘local’ bayes?
> The REMOVE header is set to ‘remove’, I would expect a ‘remote’ again, so
> one would interpret it as ‘Remove message from remote network’.
> 
> To learn a message as spam:
> TELL SPAMC/1.3\r\n
> Message-class: spam\r\n
> Set: local\r\n
> 
> To forget a learned message:
> TELL SPAMC/1.3\r\n
> Remove: local\r\n
> 
> To report a spam message:
> TELL SPAMC/1.3\r\n
> Message-class: spam\r\n
> Set: local, remove\r\n
> 
> To revoke a ham message:
> TELL SPAMC/1.3\r\n
> Message-class: spam\r\n
> Set: local\r\n
> Remove: remove\r\n
> 
> Is this a documentation issue or did I mixed up anything here?
> 
> Daniel
> 
> 

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