RE: [spambayes-dev] FW: Overnight shipping on xãnax,valíum and more

Kenny Pitt kennypitt at
Wed Apr 21 10:19:54 EDT 2004

Mark Hammond wrote:
>>> Even when forwarded to myself, the Spambayes' Outlook plugin will
>>> not score this message, delete it as spam, or show spam clues.  I've
>>> tried versions 0.80 and 1.0b1,
> When you say not delete or show spam clues, what exactly happens?  Do
> you get a message that no filterable items are selected?
> Kenny:
>> This message scored fine on my SpamBayes, and produced a
>> spam score of 0.7% thanks to the wonders of SpamBayes mailing
>> list ham clues.  I'm running from latest CVS source, which
> The problem could be in the mail as received by Glenn, but once
> forward on, it again works (as Outlook inserts what is missing).  ie,
> the function IsFilterCandidate() in is telling us not to
> filter the message. 
> Glenn - if you can work out how, can you see if you can get
> "dump_props.exe" to find the message.  It should be a matter of
> opening a command-prompt, running:
> dump_props.exe Overnight shipping > dump.txt
> and hopefully dump.txt will be created with information on all
> messages in your inbox with "Overnight shipping" in the subject.  If
> you can get the information on the message out, please open a bug at
> sourceforge, assigning it to me, and attaching the output.

Mark, attached is a logfile I got from Glenn that was not CC'd to the
list.  Maybe this will give you some more ideas as to what's going
wrong.  My best guess was that one of the tokens in the database is not
pickled correctly, possibly corrupted or maybe a leftover from one of
the foreign character problems we've had, and that this particular
message just happens to be one of the few that include that token.

Kenny Pitt
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