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From Matus UHLAR - fantomas <>
Subject Re: Really simple setup guide
Date Fri, 10 Jul 2020 09:40:49 GMT
On 10.07.20 11:02, Matthew Broadhead wrote:
>i tried to set up bayes training before but i feel that i was 

bayes need some time and some mails to learn until it starts hitting.
You can help it by training manually, using bayes database in amavis' home
directory. You also should do that, because automatic training is not ideal
ane may miss many spams.

>>Am 10.07.20 um 09:58 schrieb Matthew Broadhead:
>>>On Thunderbird if I train the spam filter for a short time I get really
>>>great results with it catching most of what I would consider spam.
>>the same with spamassassin when you train bayes
>>>Also I wondered if there is a way to ask spamassassin to put the spam in
>>>the user's spam folder rather than deleting it.
>>spamassasin don't delete messages at all, it only flags them and what
>>happens with spam flag in the headers is decided by the glue (amavis)
>>if you not reject them and write sieve filters you can place messages
>>somewhere, spamassassin has no concept of folders because it's a
>>completly different layer

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