[Spambayes] stupid question
kennypitt at hotmail.com
Wed Jul 7 16:58:22 CEST 2004
John Turnbull wrote:
> Ah -that's one way to answer the question but here's another perhaps
> due to my ignorance: does spabayes read any of this text tokenise it?
> Can/should be part of filtering improvements.
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> Certification, not in Spambayes
Any text that is part of the body of the message is analyzed by SpamBayes.
If you select "Show spam clues" on one of these messages and scroll to the
last section, "All Message Tokens", you'll see tokens such as 'avg',
'anti-virus', '6.0.714', etc.
Whether or not these tokens have any effect on the spam score will depend on
whether you have trained any messages that contain them. At the top of the
"show spam clues" you'll see the "Significant Tokens", which are the tokens
that actually contributed to the score given to the message.
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