[Spambayes] (no subject)

Tim Peters tim.peters at gmail.com
Fri Dec 9 20:32:05 CET 2005

[douglas cohn]
> ... as well as extending the lag between the time Spambayes kicks in before
> it allows Outlook filtering to work.

BTW, that's backwards.  Outlook doesn't give us any direct control
over when SpamBayes runs versus Outlook's own rules, and it's
impossible for SpamBayes to stop (or even delay) "Outlook filtering"
-- the effect of increasing the SpamBayes "processing start delay" is
to make it more likely that Outlook's own rules will run _first_.  In
effect, SpamBayes "goes to sleep" for processing-start-delay seconds,
_hoping_ that Outlook will be done fooling around by the time
SpamBayes "wakes up" again.  There is no way to make it likely that
SpamBayes will run first.

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