Spamassassin & Evolution
Scott T. Hildreth
shildret at scotth.emsphone.com
Thu May 4 14:36:24 UTC 2006
On Thu, 2006-05-04 at 16:01 +0200, Eugene Rogoza wrote:
> > Message: 4
> > Date: Sun, 30 Apr 2006 11:12:43 -0500
> > From: "Scott T. Hildreth" <shild at sbcglobal.net>
> > Subject: Spamassassin & Evolution
> > To: FreeBSD Gnome <gnome at freebsd.org>
> > Message-ID: <1146413563.13096.181.camel at fbsd1.dyndns.org>
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> > Not really Gnome related, but it does relate to Evolution.
> > I was wondering if other Evolution users are noticing that
> > spamassassin has not be working well, about the last 2 months?
> > This morning I had 24 unread in my inbox, 9 of which I marked as
> > junk, several of them have been seen numerous times. Seems
> > like I am marking more as junk then spamassassin.
> > --
> > Scott T. Hildreth <shild at sbcglobal.net>
> SpamAssassin starts the actual filtering only after it has 200 known
> hams and 2000 known spams in database.
It is filtering, it just not catching a lot lately.
I've had this running for a long time, so it has seen many spams.
I not sure how the hams work, I am assuming that evolution is running
spamassassin 'ham' on the inbox. I used to run spamassassin with
procmail and run sa-learn on spam & ham. When evolution added the
junk button, I started using it instead, I don't know if I should
start marking some ham as spam and then hitting the "NotJunk" button
so sa-learn can, well learn :-) Like I said before, I think evoultion
is marking good mail as ham with spamassassin, but then I could be
> How many messages do you have in
> "Junk" (marked by hand)?
Scott T. Hildreth <shildret at scotth.emsphone.com>
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