[Spambayes] Problems with Lotus Notes script

Jeff Neuenschwander jeff at pathosfire.net
Sat May 1 23:30:28 EDT 2004

Thanks!  I haven't seen that many people using Notes either, but I know this 
particular user will be very appreciative!

I will 	make the change and see how it works.  Perhaps I can be of help in the 
testing of the notes script.



On Saturday 01 May 2004 23:23, you wrote:
> > He loved it for ten whole days until the company switched
> > over to Lotus Notes.
> >
> :)
> :
> > When I try to use the spambayes Notes script to train the
> > filter by running:
> [...]
> > AttributeError: 'module' object has no attribute 'open_database'
> >
> > I am a marginal python coder on a good day, but I did dig
> > around a little bit, and I noticed that storage.py does
> > indeed, have no function called "open_database".
> This is a bug.  Change the code to read "open_storage" instead.  I'll check
> this fix in.
> > Am I missing something really obvious here?
> Only that sb_notesfilter is the least used SpamBayes script, and so it
> doesn't have a lot of things that the others do (like a lot of testing).
> There just don't seem to be many Notes users that need it, and our one
> developer that uses Notes doesn't have a lot of time for working on it (hi
> TimS!).
> That said, you should be able to get it to work, and the actual
> classification will be identical to the Outlook plug-in - just not the UI
> part...
> =Tony Meyer

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