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From RW <rwmailli...@googlemail.com>
Subject Re: Bye Bye Bayes
Date Wed, 04 Mar 2009 00:20:31 GMT
On Tue, 03 Mar 2009 23:16:21 +0100
mouss <mouss@ml.netoyen.net> wrote:

> I finally disabled Bayes, because I think it doesn't bring me what I
> want:
> 
> - train on error doesn't seem enough, and I can understand it
> 
> - train on everything isn't reasonable. even myself wouldn't do that,
> because while I can see spam and feed sa, I don't check all my mail to
> be sure the messages I didn't see are ham.

A good compromise is to augment autolearning by filing ham that doesn't
hit BAYES_00 but has autolearn=no in an unsure folder. Ham is very
easily learned so this doesn't involve much work in the long-term.
Obviously you learn any spam too, but that's the easy part.

You can also aid autolearning by adding some personalised negative
scoring rules e.g. pattern matching on your message-id's in
reference/in-reply-to headers.


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