[Spambayes] New user, issues with command line use
tameyer at ihug.co.nz
Tue Feb 15 05:13:03 CET 2005
> when I run it from the script with the following command line:
> /usr/bin/sb_filter.py -d ~greg/.hammiedb -s
> The file does not seem to be updated:
> [root at server bin]# ls -l ~greg/.hammiedb
> -rw-rw---- 1 greg mail 684032 Feb 10 11:36
> The file is RW to group mail since it will be run as user "mail"
> I get the following traceback:
> Traceback (most recent call last):
> "/usr/lib/python2.2/site-packages/spambayes/dbmstorage.py", line
> 20, in open_dbhash
> return bsddb.hashopen(*args)
> bsddb.error: (2, 'No such file or directory')
I see in your ls that ~greg/ gets expanded into /home/greg/ (I'm not
familiar with a shell that lets you do this). I suspect that if you use
~/greg/.hammie.db (i.e. have the extra slash), like this:
/usr/bin/sb_filter.py -d ~/greg/.hammedb -s
it may work.
> Yeah, there are only a few so I can probably do that. It would be
> REALLY nice to have a Mozilla Mail plug-in to do the reporting in the
> proper format.
You could write one, of course <0.5 wink>.
>> Are you wanting to train individual databases for each
>> user, or one global one?
> Ideally I'd like one for each user.
I think sb_imapfilter.py could work here. Something like (the command line
options could be in configuration files instead):
/usr/bin/sb_imapfilter.py -d /home/user1/.hammiedb -o imap:server:localhost
-o imap:username:user1 -o imap:password:pass1 -o
Multiplied by the number of users, and put into a batch file to be run with
cron or something. (The users would just put a copy of any mail to be
trained in the TrainSpam/TrainHam folders).
If the imap mail is stored somewhere in something like mbox then
sb_filter/sb_mboxtrain would be simpler and work as well, though.
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