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From Matus UHLAR - fantomas <>
Subject Re: Allowing IMAP users to train spam/ham
Date Fri, 09 Mar 2012 07:38:21 GMT
>> On 05.03.12 12:15, RW wrote:
>> >I don't like it. It relies on FPs being removed from the SPAM folder
>> >rather than spam being sent to a learn-spam folder.

>On Wed, 7 Mar 2012 15:35:05 +0100
>Matus UHLAR - fantomas wrote:
>> Pardon me, but:
>> Usage for end users
>>      *move mail into SPAM folder to classify as spam
>>      *move mail out of SPAM folder to classify as not spam
>> isn't the former what you want?

On 07.03.12 21:44, RW wrote:
>I'm more concerned about what happens to the mail that isn't moved.

apparently nothing, because it is assumed to be correctly evaluated.

>I think  positive training is better than supervised autolearning

those above clearly indicate postive and negative trainin, or do you 
have different informations?

>The scheme might work well for pure train-on-error, but that's not
>really practical on Spamassassin where the classification is
>distinct from the Bayes result.


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