[Spambayes] A question

Tony Lownds tony-bayes at lownds.com
Fri Jan 31 14:54:16 EST 2003


At 11:40 PM +0100 1/31/03, Francois Granger wrote:
>I recently received a spam properly classified as spam. I copy and 
>past it content from Eudora in pop3proxy and click Classify. It give 
>me a Spam probability: 0.887897331413. I check my bayescustomize.ini 
>where there is :
>
>[Categorization]
>ham_cutoff = 0.10
>spam_cutoff = 0.90
>
>So, these parameters are not used by pop3proxy ?

Hi François,

Eudora does always keep the content 100% the same as what pop3proxy 
sees. For instance, attachment data is removed when you copy/paste. 
Also, you will see a subset of the headers unless you click the rich 
headers button.

This might explain the discrepancy.

-Tony



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