[Spambayes] Train reliably on "forwarded" messages?
perl at rhesa.com
Wed Feb 4 11:53:58 EST 2004
Christoph Berendes wrote:
> I run spambayes on my mail server using procmail and it works brilliantly. Thank you thank you thank you.
I use the same setup.
> I'm mostly reading my mail via Eudora on the mac.
I use Mozilla Thunderbird ;^)
> What I'd like to do, for training, is forward "spam to be trained" to a special address (e.g. train-spam at myserver.com) and similarly for ham - train-ham at mailserver.com. I would then run the mailboxtrain.py on the server on the inboxes for those two dummy accounts.
You can use procmail to store a copy of those messages in separate
folders, using a recipy like this:
* ^X-Spambayes-Classification: spam
This will store an identical copy in the "trainham" folder.
You should put it before any normal filter recipies.
> However, I realize that the mail messages in these two inboxes will look a little different than when they showed up in my inbox ("Forwarded" headers, addressed to "train-spam" rather than "berendes", >>> down the side).
> WIll this "forward junk" throw off the training process?
No, since it now is an identical copy ;)
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