[Spambayes] spambayes with gnus/nnml

Neale Pickett neale at woozle.org
Mon Jan 20 15:58:10 EST 2003

John Hunter <jdhunter at ace.bsd.uchicago.edu> writes:

> What I would like is for spam bayes to prefilter my mail, siphoning
> off spam to a spam folder, and putting the rest in
> /var/spool/mail/jdhunter (or some other file that I can advise gnus to
> check) where I can then use gnus to split it.  But I am not sure which
> dirs I should advise hammiefilter.py to monitor so it can retrain
> itself.  Are any of you combining spambayes with gnus splitting?  The
> notes in HAMMIE.txt suggest that hammiefilter expects mbox files.

Well, I think mboxtrain will see a Gnus nnml directory as an MH
directory and work fine.  But I think there may be a better solution for
Gnus, and maybe in turn, mutt.

I'll check out Ted Zlatanov's spam.el to see how easy it'd be to hook
in.  IIRC hooking spambayes into this would be a piece of cake.


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