[Spambayes] Whitelisting for spam reports
tameyer at ihug.co.nz
Sun Oct 16 01:23:29 CEST 2005
>> Assuming that you're training only on any mistakes & unsures, then
>> both ham and spam should be set to default to 'discard' anyway. Is
>> it really that much of a problem to have these in the list when they
>> don't cause any extra work?
> Well, that does only apply if the assumption is valid. I prefer to
> always train everything to keep my filter up2date.
Research has shown, in every case, that this will give you inferior
results to training on errors & unsures only.
>> So write one and submit a patch. However, you're wrong. Have you
>> read the comments from Mark that are linked to from that FAQ entry?
>> They discuss the difficulty of adding whitelisting (he's talking
>> about adding to the Outlook plug-in, but it mostly all applies to
>> sb_server as well).
> OK, my fault, i think i overrated the abilities of the developers.
Being insulting is certainly not the way to convince people to do
something for you. You didn't answer the question - have you read
Mark's comments? Do you have solutions for the problems that he
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