KMail and spam
stratos at laspas.gr
Tue Jul 25 07:22:11 UTC 2006
Art Alexion wrote:
> On Sunday 23 July 2006 09:06, Ron Morse wrote:
>> On Sunday 23 July 2006 05:14, Bjarne Wichmann Petersen
>>> I've set up KMail with spamassasin to fight spam, but I'm
>>> not very happy about it's efficiency. It only flags about
>>> 40-50% of the spam as spam. I've configured spamassassin
>>> with razor2 and dcc.
>>> Is this the best I can hope for or have I done something
>>> wrong in configuring spamassassin?
>> Doesn't Spamassassin have to be "trained?"
> Trained and synced. By default, the kmail "mark as spam" filters do not sync
> new spam characteristics to the main database. This is for speed. Every
> once in a while, go to the command line and type
> sa-learn --sync
> This will sync your training to spamassassin so that the training is used.
Additionally, you could edit your spamassasin conf file and lower the
"threshhold". I have set mine to 2.5!! And sync from time to time, as
You could also configure bogofilter rules to run alongside with
spamassasin, through the wizard.
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