[Spambayes] Re: There Can Be Only One
Thu, 26 Sep 2002 12:59:11 -0400
On 26 September 2002, Tim Peters said:
> > SPAM: * 2.2 -- RBL: Received via a relay in orbs.dorkslayers.com
> > SPAM: [RBL check: found 188.8.131.52.orbs.dorkslayers.com.]
> Neil's mine_received_headers option (off by default) tokenizes IPs and their
> prefixes, and will learn about networks associated with spam on its own.
> However, the algorithm isn't going to learn *swiftly* when a new source
> appears. Given the error rates I'm seeing without looking at received
> headers, though, I'm not sure I care <wink>.
I suspect the best thing to do here, at least for mail.python.org, is
have Exim do a bunch of RBL lookups, and add X-RBL-Warning headers for
each hit. Count the number of X-RBL-Warning headers and you've probably
got a pretty good clue. I'm going to enable that before the next
Greg Ward <email@example.com> http://www.gerg.ca/
God is real, unless declared integer.