[spambayes-bugs] [ spambayes-Bugs-809949 ] Spambayes doesn't move spam messages

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Bugs item #809949, was opened at 2003-09-20 22:49
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Category: Outlook
Group: Outlook 008
Status: Open
Resolution: Works For Me
Priority: 5
Submitted By: Steve Shultz (shultz)
Assigned to: Mark Hammond (mhammond)
Summary: Spambayes doesn't move spam messages

Initial Comment:
I trained spambayes over a lot of similar messages. I 
noticed it assigns 90%+ spam score to messages... but 
it doesn't move them to the spam folder I created! If I 
manually select the messages and click on "Delete as 
spam", the messages are correctly moved, nut it doesn't 
do that automatically, so it's completely unuseful!
My OE is working perfectly, several different accounts 
and filter rules to move mail from inbox folder to specific 
folders for every account. I've got Norton Antivirus 2004 
up and running, with email control ON.

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Comment By: Larry Finkel (lsp85)
Date: 2003-12-20 19:41

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 upgraded Outlook (MS Office) from 2000 to 2003, on a Win2k 
5.00.2195 SP4 OS computer.
I am using version .81 of SpamBayes
 
SpanBayes worked fantastic on Outlook 2000, however it is 
not working very good at all on 2003.
 
I retrained, deleted and retrained.  No good.  
I disabled the Outlook junk e-mail option, still not good. 
 
I am getting scores of 100, 97 etc... but the e-mails will not 
forward to the suspected spam folders, they stay in the in 
box.  
 
I know my settings are correct.
 
Any help with this would be greatly appreciated.


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Comment By: Ken (kenjin2)
Date: 2003-10-27 16:21

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The SB Outlook plug-in (0081) fails to move messages that 
are classified as Spam or Spam-Maybe.

An earlier version of the plug-in worked fine after some 
installation anomalies were resolved.

Also, this plug-in worked when first installed 9-12-03. I'm not 
certain, but the failure seemed to occur when Office update 
to SP3 was applied along with a security rollup from Microsoft.

I'm runing Windows XP/Professional SP1 with Outlook 2000 
SP3.

The log files seem nominal. 

Thanks for your efforts on this projevt.

Ken

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Comment By: Mark Hammond (mhammond)
Date: 2003-10-27 01:03

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Is it possible that SpamBayes is configured to leave these
messages "Untouched" in the Filter dialog?  I'm adding some
debug output to SpamBayes to help track this down in future
versions, but the log certainly shows nothing going wrong
when doing the move.

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Comment By: Mike Ingenito (gates150)
Date: 2003-10-16 15:08

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I am having this same problem also.  Rebooting the computer 
does not fix the problem.  I am using Outlook XP, Win XP SP2 
and Spambayes .81.  I have also set the delay to 4 seconds 
and this did not help.

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Comment By: Greg Esterhai (esterhai)
Date: 2003-10-03 18:53

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I am having the exact same problem and can't figure out a 
solution.  Does anyone have a solution for us.  Restarting the 
computer or Outlook doesn't solve my problem.  I have been 
trying to make it work for 3 days now.  Thank you

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Comment By: Leonardo Ruppenthal (wrongbutton)
Date: 2003-09-22 14:36

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I have a similar problem with SpamBayes 0.81, Outlook XP 
(SP2), and Win XP Pro (SP2 + all recent updates).  Except 
rebooting does not solve my problem.

Messages seem to be classified (with percentage certainty) 
but not moved.

I have thought about completely reinstalling SpamBayes, but 
can find no documentation.  Can anyone tell me how to do 
this?

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Comment By: Steve Shultz (shultz)
Date: 2003-09-21 18:10

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It seems the problem is solved by rebooting the PC. Weird 
one...

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Comment By: Patrick Grawehr (pgrawehr)
Date: 2003-09-21 16:50

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I had a similar problem using Outlook 2000. The filtering seems 
to work after you restart the mail program for the first time.

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