[Spambayes] Trial use experience
T.A.Meyer at massey.ac.nz
Thu Jun 19 12:47:11 EDT 2003
> SpamBayes needs to have a real "White List" to pass mail
> from known sources directly to the Inbox.
Without getting into debating the merits of white/black listing:
* The commercial offshoot of Spambayes, SpamAtBay, does have
whitelisting capabilities. You can try out the latest beta by
contacting Sean True. See the archives for more information.
* It varies, but quite often the Outlook rules run before Spambayes
classifies. So you could create your own whitelist Outlook rule, and
move these messages to a folder that Spambayes does not filter.
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