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Mon Sep 18 14:10:26 BST 2006
On Monday 18 September 2006 10:14, Piero Ottuzzi wrote:
> I'm not an expert of bogofilter but it looks like that bogofilter
> needs to be initialized.
You can also right-click and choose a few known spam mails and "Apply
Filter/Classify as Spam". It seems to be working for me now, but I
don't understand how it works yet.
I have Spam Assasin on my ISP's mail server, and I filter on the header
name I gave my filter. That works nicely. About 80-90% of spam is sent
to /dev/null on the server that way (after a few days just in case an
important message was a wrongly caught).
A filter on the subject using a reg-ex was good for some recents mails:
Reg-ex: PH.*RMA and PH.*ACY. Simple but it works where the others
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