[Spambayes] (no subject)

douglas cohn douglas.cohn at inetservers.com
Fri Dec 9 20:51:00 CET 2005


I have no Outlook Junk running  (I specifically have it off and have since I
installed SpamBayes a year ago).

I have a rule that is supposed to move those messages into a Syslog folder
and it is the first rule.  If I test the rule it works just fine.  If I turn
off SpamBayes the messages are moved into the Syslog folder  (I tried that
already) .

So while I agree that Spambayes is not directly moving them when Spambayes
is on they end up in the Junkmail folder yet when it is off they do not.

As to your next email I want Outlook to run first and that is the 6 secodn
delay to allow Outl;ook to move those messages into the Syslog folder.

I am wondering if it gets caught mid stream and gets whacked somehow but
some other bug.

Thanks for the insight.

-----Original Message-----
From: Tim Peters [mailto:tim.peters at gmail.com] 
Sent: Friday, December 09, 2005 2:25 PM
To: douglas cohn
Cc: spambayes at python.org
Subject: Re: [Spambayes] (no subject)

[douglas cohn]
> For the life of me I do not understand what I need to do to prevent 
> messages with a score of 0% from going into my Junkmail folder. ...

I don't believe SpamBayes is moving these messages into your Junkmail folder
to begin with.  There's nothing in the log file saying that SpamBayes
classified the message as spam, the SpamBayes score is as hammy as is
possible to get (0%), and when you train on one of these the log says
something like:

    Unable to determine source folder for message 'Daily Syslog statistics
         for Fri, 09 Dec 2005' - restoring to Inbox

If SpamBayes had moved the message to begin with, SpamBayes would have
remembered which folder the message came from to begin with.

To verify one way or the other, try turning SpamBayes off (SpamBayes
-> SpamBayes Manager ... -> remove the check mark next to "Enable
SpamBayes" -> click Close).  I bet these messages still end up in your
Junkmail folder then.

If so, you have some other gimmick that's moving your messages.  Can't guess
what from here, though.  Perhaps you have an Outlook rule that moves them,
or perhaps Outlook's builtin junk filter is moving them (try turning that
off), or perhaps you installed something else ...
there's no way to tell from here.  Whatever, I see no evidence that
SpamBayes is moving them, but do see evidence that SpamBayes is not moving

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