[Spambayes] SpamBayes with Eudora
tpeters at mixcom.com
Mon Dec 8 10:55:47 EST 2003
I'm sorry if you already know this and I'm sending you "Duh!" info, but...
SpamBayes doesn't FILTER anything unless you are using outlook and the
outlook plugin. I use Eudora 5.1 and the Pop3proxy, which is now called
sbserver, which just inserts a new header into your mail that reads one of
YOU write the filters using Eudora's filter dialog to do whatever you want
with these messages. That part is not intuitvely obvious; the filter has to
be written to say
Match Incomming and Manual (manual is optional)
Transfer to: Trash
My filters do a little more too. Before the Action: Transfer To Trash, I
actually change its label to a category I created "spam" and play a wave file.
At 08:55 AM 12/8/2003 -0600, Al Clark wrote:
>Maybe, I am missing something but SpamBayes isn't filtering anything in
>I can look at the scores and the messages are being classified correctly.
>I can look at the incoming training in localhost and these message are all
>correct but all messages go right into my In box in Eudora.
>I didn't find any info on this in the FAQ or the Eudora setup instructions.
>Thanks for helping
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